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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884011101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. yWb- - TSjtfSSk.' gy1 mmt VOLUME ntt kto imfefiif 510. nufturi. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER X.-NU- MBER STANFORD, j iV. FRIDAY, JANUARY 11,1884. 214. fck our dear Dro. Gibson' faiill mansion. It Rochdale, with its many mills, is on the LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. waaaogoodof the dear I.OItD and just Roach river, (the "a" dropped in town It is not often that so joun$ a member like HIM to give un thi pleasant reunion, naming for obvious reasons) which would as ours is honored with the Chairmanship Editor and Proprietor en route W. P. WALTON, Kor over two hour we studied be a picturesque little rivulet, but the mills of a Committee, but Hon. T. P. Hill, Jr., the precious word together, tho previous and their drainage of "Inr, stink and mala is no ordinary young man. Ho was put at rla," as Charles Itexde describes It, have the head of the Insurance Committee and ! Vtitayit, meeting raising minj question) that needVubtltheil Tttemtnv ed scriptural answers. The LOUD gave settled that point definitely for all manu given a place on Court of Appeals and us His own explanation to many of them 'acturing time, on the present basis and it General Statutes. The other chairman CO.OO XX3Il ANNUM. and tho hour pissed most profitably and writhes away through the town ss if clad ship are as follows: Wnen paid lrlclly In a Wanes. It w hav to dellghtfullj. We dropped into our old to gat ont of it, bearing its unwilling bur KyM Agricultural and Mechanical College, wtt any Mm, 83.S0 will to charted. quarters at 32 Berkeley Terrace a if at den ef filth to empty it into oilier drain W. P, Kimball; agriculture and manufac INhome nod our good friends there were "all and finally into the great rxexn, "purging tures, J II. Leech; hanks, I. P. Caldwell; GE0.0. BARNES in SCOTLAND. attention" to make 111 comfortable. The all" in iU briny, bitter waters, Drug), WincK. Wall Paper, Musical claims, It. K. Hart; court of appeals, W.J. JSOOICM, ChcuiicnlH, Liquor InHfriicniCBts, Mr. John Bright, the great Quaker Lib Ruckett, circuit courts, John D. Carroll: next morning at St. Knoch station, where, 10 JCOltn" (Stationery, JlKiarH.' I'OCKCl "I'KAIMK j . nine weeks before we ran in with the al- eral of many admlnistralnns.liTesat Koch county nnd city courts, Jos. B, Reed; codes Honpn, Ol Ik, Cutlery, xoimccoH, JlgKOIIWOOI). ItOCHDALK, dale. Yenterday I pstsed the meeting of practice, A. P, Harcourl; criminal laws, most desolate feelings of "strangers in a lilt nips, Ve fiiuicrj, Black In Firo Arm s, Dr.c. 10, 188:$. strange land," a host of dearest friends as house of the "Society of Friends," where he Joslnlt Harris; charitable institutions, A. Nccdlee Viir Ihttrlor t It looks awfully like a jail,with G Talhoit; corporate institutions, L. F. Our Jcnclrr, Silverware and Optical Goods Dopartmcnt Is In Charge of Col. Wo left Peterhead on the Oth lint. setuhlcd to see us off on our journey south. worships in (he chillr darkness just before the dawn, All that attentive love could dp, these bless- no steeple; windowless toward the stree'; Mani'; education, Ira Julian; enrollments, Tlios. Richards, ulio will Repair Watches and Clocks Promptly and In the best stjlo. arrival in Olngow, as ed children of the Father did for ua and we built of heavy blocks wf and a A P Simpsor; federal relations, J. P. to tecure an earl in Aberdeen, en route parted with the tenderest regret and all that wall 15 feet high, hiding everything that Wells; fish culture well a two hour W.J. Levis; geological Kirlr m it km and dark and cold as it was, lingering oftve that the true heart well may be attractive inside, if such there be. survey, J. M Unthanks; general statutes, to our Rrcatljr astonished delight we found know. Wflloye Scotland and the Scotch The entrance is by a postern door cut thro' T P. Carothers; immigration and Isbor, a little hoit cf our dear friend assembled dearly. We did not know it before,hut the the massive wall. I nerrt saw just such a L D. Parker, Internal improvements, T. G. at the rallwaj station to give us a warm poet Ilrron was horn about CO miles went of house of worship in my life. Stuart; judiciary, Win. C. 0enr; military The characteristic fralure of Rochdale, affairs, Geo. V. Triplet!; printing, J. D. When 7011 know that the station Peterhead. He was educated, in part, at eendofl was nearly n mile out of town, the roads Abrrdecn. One cf his maternal ancetors' however, is found in the prevailing style of Keboe; sinking fund, David Meriwether; slushy from recent rain, hail and mtllcJ the 5 lb Duke of Gordon, has a noble atatue fence. I will warrant the world can not sanitary tegulations, E R Meriwether; sand ways and means, A. A Stall; privileges and enow; and the dark no of the early hour in Union street, Aberdeen. The Queen's match it. Slabs of yellow-browalmost like that of Midnight, the delicate favorite home in the highlands "llalraor-a- l stone, like the great covers to Iba ancient elections, J. Davis Held; railroads, James couiiiUoient of the presence of 25 or JO Caitle" la onlj .10 or 10 rnlles distant box tomb stones of our fathers, still seen in II. Mulligan; slate expenditures, J. M. are sunk in the Wood; moral snd relieious institutions, Z friend, coming without collision or pre from our last preaching placo, nestling at old burylne-groun- d, concerted arrangement from different part the foot of the Grampian Hills (the folks ground and side by side are held in posi- T Williams; public offices, Ei F. Madden; of 1'eter'iead, ma ba belter appreciated In this countrj, I may say for the benefit of tion by single rivet or bolt near the top, propositions and grievences, Albert W. with a diamond-shape- d head and an iron Moremen; retrenchment and reform, Jas Tbere wai more than one spotless white cap the critical, emphasize the "raor" in in the crowd and one third of tho number and not the"nl," as we generally do, plate of similar shape slipped over the. II. Rudy; library, Phil Gernert, Jr.; state screw end and secured by sn ordinary uut. prisons, W. J. Stone; revenue and taxation, were women, une precious iner.a nau and the "o" is short, not long ) walked from the South II arbor alone in the we spent on the road, mot cm There fences one can see by the mile 'round Cromnell Adah'; rules, Chas Offutt. The 7th darkness or more than a mile to raj Rood fortably, thanks to the care ofour dear Rochdale. The lower lloois and the inhab Mr. Hill has presented a bill to aubjre to u in the way and place when the Gla-gobrethren in securing an exclusivo it oj cellars are (lagged with these slab, thorize Stanford to appropriate money for knew it would do us the most good. Aa compartment for our ue, with full allow- also, and I suppose there must bs an inex- deot gtonndsand a bill to cmtble the Linwe pulled out of the station ahe stood at ance of which I will never haustible quarry of the material near at coln County Court to exempt the Cincinthe extremest point and waTed us the last abuse again, as I did in the first letter writ- hand. DEALER IN nati, Green River A Nashville railroad We have had five meetings and already from the paymtnt of county taxes. farewell. Our good John Duchtn came to ten on English soil; for they proved indisthe hotel, dul attired In hU proper garb, pensable comforts that cold December day, 53 confessions of tho dear N'sme. We are Balloting for Librarian will commence Hardware, Groceries, Saddles, Horse Shoes, with "sou'wester" and boot, looking like and we should hare been miserable enough only to remain a week as gutU at Beech-woo- on the I2lh and then the real fun will be Qucensware, Buggy Nails, Iron, After that there are others, already gin. The candidates are a dorm "beautithe stout fidierman lit staying, "I oould without them. We had to make two chanIStiKgy WIiccIh, Stoves, CaneBllllH, Harness, a na (punt the miml to see you gang awa'; for ges in celling to oar present retting p'aoe invited, who will take our place, according ful and accomplished" widows. GratCH, SpokeH, Cider 91111b, Lap Covers, where theso natral alTecshlns are kittle thing to and it was some time after dark when we to English custom in entertaining, ICiUlK, Cellars, Corn Stoneware, rule and exact arrangeThose unhappy persona who sutler fio-- a deal wi', ye ken wrl, and o I turned out reached Rochdale and i cab duly delivered everything goes and here I am." Another dear aoul also us at the door of Beech wood, the Kemp ment. We hear good news from Will, who nervousnMM and dyspepsia should use Car- Oliver Chilhd. Champion Steal and Brinley Combined Plows, Wooden axi came to the hotel before we had breakfast, marsion, from the roomy and sumptuous is holding a meeting at Eastbourne, on the ter's Little Nerve Pills, which are made exCast Pumps, and the Celebrated Miyfield Elevator. Tin Boot"I could na alctp for thinking o' ye; and I library of wh'ch 1 write this letter. With- south coast of England, with very blessed pressly for sleepless, nervous, dyspeptic sufing and Clattering will have prompt attention. " should be ao glad for a lock of jour hair, out intruding more upon the privacy of success thus far. PRAISE Tl'lC LORDS ferers. Price 25 cenU, all druggist. T. JT. JohHHtott, Geo. O. Bauneh. air." guest life there will be needful to make our Evei in Jesus, A little girl pittered after ua the night present position intelligible to our home 1SS1. Wholly New Household Reoeiits ftiends, I may lust ssy that Ust summer at To take grease spots out of fabrics use a before, in the dark, after the cloring and as ahe shook hand simply aaid, Hiitbcsle. at SamSouci. the rcwiJcnce of small pair of sharp scissors "Qood hje, I tike ye " and awaj without my dear brother, John Tod, I nirt Miss The surest way to destroy tbas on dogs another word. Bbe cauld'nt have tfen Kemp, by when invitation we are here. is to diown them. Immerie them and the ILLUSTRATED. at a bible reading dog in six feet of water for Gftt-eover twelve. It was very tuuehing. One 8ome word of blc4-in- g minuter Ilirprr'i flnr Is al once the uimt brIIIUnt nj dear brother, who work In the granite pol- letl to the desire that other should share "Cook" wants to kno how to avoid the uttful Household Journals In ulitenre. It it tUe ishing works, brought, a a aoucemr, a it; and while in Glasgow we were to smell of cabbage while boiling. We know icknovlJ;4 arbltsr of fahlor In tbli country. re tb newest and most sljllth 11 tablon plttM handy-wor- k in the ahape of a come to Rochdale on our way south. So and Hi pattern iheet tnpplimtnU and kodowIc of but one remedy. Hold your nose. worth many times tht coat ot subscripklonear Asonr heading; indicates, wo propose iu (ho future to be headball of 'elected Peterhead granite, about here we are. We supposed that we should To keep mice out of the pantry, have a tion. IU llluitrslloni of art nrdleork are from quarters for all goods in our line. pol go Into lodgings, as usual, and only just literary snd artistic msrlU sources. It Ihe tho alii of a billiard ball, beautifully cat around, But heaven knowa how Is ar eflh highest ordir. Ilaitorltt, posms snd We ahall always think of Teterhtad before coming found that we wer expected keep the cat out of the tantry. ished. rwiy. ara by the flrt Amrrlcan and European Our Specialties are Groceries, Queensware, Hardware authors lu choice art pictures would fill in the tendrmcM of the meinorj of that un guexts of this weslthy English fsmlly and and Iu humorous cuts are th, most ataus-In- f A correspondent wants to know if there Stoves, Wagon Material, &c. A t found In any jjuraal In Amsrlea. aelGth and unaflecled, though affecting car to our astonishment were installed inapirt-ment- s la anything that will whiten cotten flannel hostla brilliant norsltleiars protulitd for 1551. of of the most sumptuous chancUr. Wo buy from Ursa bauds, in largo quantities and for po4 cttutt, lj morning leave taking. nljht shirts. Have you ever tried washing Aberdeen on the "Lebanon Dinner wat served soon after arrival and you will only call and see for ytMrr Ojt ride to Baving tbo discount. Free Pre. (Vt) you lbat you can buy goods CIIEAPEK nraocn" waa without special iucident, The we spent a very delightful evening, after HARPER'S PERIODICALS, self, ho will convince tbeui In Stanford before and as The six hundred copies of "Saiah klndcwj of the station master secured for the day's hard riding, tbanyou ever beugbt PER YEAR. which reached New York WednesLancashire, as is well known, is the cenour little parly a separate compartment, alyou can buy any wberc. 00 .. Harper's Msftitne........ tl 00 . ways a gratefut boon. I hive grown to tre of the cotton manufacturing interesW,as day, were all sold during the day, thanks to Usrper's Weekly- al4 00 Uarper't Bir....... like the Knglleh railway carriage better Yorkshire is of the woolen. The tall fac- thecowhiding the Bernhardt gave the 1 60 Harper's Young People than our own, in this respect, that arclu tory chimneys bristle over these counties, leged author of tho work. With even Harper' Franklin Square I.tbrirT. ons year be obtained for a at nowhere eWe in the world, perhaps, and mote than the usual Ameilcin thrift, fifty-nin- e eion can nearly always 10 00 (ot Nuuiben) translators were set to work turning the family party, if desirable; and this is often the operatives are numbered by the thousI'oaUie Free to all inbrcrlbeis In the United ands. Rochdale is n busy city of 70,000, 12 French into Eoglisb, which they did in nine SUteasnd Canada. the esse. first The ToluDMof the Raiir miles northwest of Manchester and near the hours. Printeia followed close behind the Number lor January of each begin with the time The sun rose in a frightened, indeterinln year. When no hours after ! meutloncd. It will be understood thtt the sub horizon, line between Lancashire and Yorkshire. translators, and in twenty-fou- r ate way about 8:30, ran around the scriber wishes to commence with the Number next never mounting abort what we would call Cotton and woolen mills are both here, an- the book reached our shores an English arter the receipt of order. IPHARMACISTS r, The last Four Annual Volumes of Harper's half-waposition between the edition of 350 pages was on the market. "an hour high" and went to bed at A v M , swering to iU lu neat cloth binding, will be tent by mall DILI LIXS IB- expense Ire paid, or or thereabouts, evidently dissatisfied with two great industries. The deceased Mr. All this in epito of the fact that the book Is pomgethe freuht by express.exceed ofone dollar(pro per doe not fited things and anxious to get Kemp was the wealthy proprietor of sever- vicious, stupid nnd unclean. The divine Tolunic,) for 17 00 per To:uuie. the eppearance of Books, Clolh Cast-- lor oich toIuuo, suitable lot bind away. This feature of these high northern al large woolen mills and built Beechwood, Sarah did it all with her little whip. Inr, will be tent by mall, pMlpald, on receipt of o ot II 00 each. msinion, in the latitudes strikes a Southerner with wonder. a etatejj brown e Pbysyclana' prescriptions accurately compoual! ItetultWDfM should be mide by No other industrv in this country has midst of ample grounds, laid out with the Also Money Order or Draft, to avoid oliancee ot loss. It is a curious fact that the strawberries of increased so rapidly in the past as sheep not to copy this adTertlsemsit rewipapertare Aberdeenshire are the brst in the Urilidi landscape gardener's skill and taste and i i without the xpreu order of Harper A Erotber. To fully undetstand and ,i It A tll'ER A UlnjH., New York, Address i.i . Isles and the Peterhead district produces everything furnished and decorated in a is only neeejsa the great rate of increm it TUB the most luclous berriei of even this favor- style lavish and elegant in the extreme. ry to remember the facts that in 1S30 there TradsMaifc ed county. Foaic peculiarity in the soil or He died seven years ago, while traveling in Largest Stock of Watches, were only about 23,000,000 sheep in the understood, hut only rihss-c- d Egypt with his family, and his widow, one Clocks, Jewelry & SIlTorrf arc air or water not United States. We now have nearly son and several daughters reside still in at, is assigned as a reason of the fact. Ever broughtjto this market. Prices Lower Uuut In 18S0 the wool clipped a mountthe palatial residence near Rochdale. Here the lowest HWatches, Clocks and Jewelry The farm houiei are heavy, NEW YORK, 1884. on short notice and. Warranted. ed to only 60,000,000 pounds; to day it Is The winds ore too fierce to al- they givo themselves and their ample buildings. nearly 300,000,000 pounds, an increase sixty million copies or Tiik Sux have About low of anything that offers a great surface means to the LORD'S service in a way rared of sheep gone out ofour establishment during tlo past 12 within this period of over u'0"1"1, or lofty altitude. The storms pass harm- ly witnessed in this selfish world. I have and in production of wool. If jou were to paste end to end all the columns sn I o'.d last year lessly over the tquatting stone structures. been ont with Miss Kemp two days in her oratlThSuns printed strip of IntereMlog I ayou forweuld get a contfauous usual visitation work among the sick and Roofs generally elate, but if of thatch, The endless diversity of uses to which mOllOn, COmiuoa eu.o twiuw, wuuu uin.iiii.Dauu House firmly by a network of ropj over the the poor, and I mmt ay that when I con- electricity may be put received another il- sane wit ling enough to reach from Printing in the ajuaretothe top of Mount Copinlcu sider that this is the constant life of these lustration recently at the Court Opera at moon, then back to Printing House t(juaii and etraw. quarters of the way tack to the moon Aberdeen we saw to great advantage. The devoted ladles and not a momentary or oc Vienna, where, by the simple expedient of then three again. But The dear LORD gave a perfect day for travel- casional spurt of charity, I feel that my suspending tiny incandescent lumps by fine the earth: Sun Is written for tho Inhabitants o this same strln of Intelligence would h ing and we had over two hours to sparo, own life in comparison is one of almost swinging wires, the effect was produced of girdle the aloha 27 or 23 tlinw. II mtnrr uuyerofTbe Bin during the Ust ve case. There is nothing strained or which we diligently improved In a cab, swarms of fireflies flitting about a tropical waa spent only one hour over It. and If his wlfo or about this service for the LORD. forest. 15 r switches the current is turned grandfather has spent another hour, this nowpa-pe- r who knew perfectly with a chatty driver, has afforded the human race thirteen thouhow to show off his beautiful city. Imag- All is esso and grace en the one hand and off and on, and tho effect, as the artificial sand years of steady reading, night and day, It te only by little calculations like these that ine a city built of gray granite, this time, gratitudo without fawning on the other, ureflioatlish nnd dauco in mid air.is said to we can form any idea ol the circulation of the showing that the work is a familiar one on havo bcun electrical in other than a literal molt popular of American newspapers, or of its with very elegant streets and very superior reaIntluenction the opinions and actions of American Nice omen. mitn nnd public buildings, a lovely winding river at both sides and it Is an edifying thing to see sense. Tim Hun is and will continue to be a newspaper this educated, accomplished and highly its sldo and a glorious drive along tho tells the truth without fiar oi consequences The number of cotton mills in the South which gels at the facts no matter how much the which daughter of wealth, sit quietly down sea coast at one point. A hand bred costs, oi has Increased in three yeais from 180 to process withoutwnicu reprowoia iuo urn a the an uio most waste of words and In world some park of 50 acres, lately presented by in a cellar beside bo mo poor sick one and 31 land the value of the goods manufacreadable shape, whlc'i Is working with all its to the city and named 'Duth-i- o gently inquiro into wanU,or patiently learn a MIsaDuthie heart for the cause of honest government, and tured from $21,000,000 to $40,000,000. which therefore believes that tbo Kepubllcan parPark," after the donor, win opened by of spiritual need, ministering to both In ty must go, aud must go to this coming year ofour And can supply it in any quantity. graciousne&i, as much at home Lord, ISal. tho Princess Beatrice not long ago, making unaflectod BucKlen's Arnica Salve. you know The Bun, you like It already, and If you will read It with sccustomed diligence and a lovely addition to tho already charming and as perfectly at easo anin the superb TUe greatest medical wonder of the world. Warthe most interestlooking over a portfolio of ranted to speedily cure Burns, llrulsos, Cuts, Ul- profit during what Is sure to be do not yet know old Cathedral, now the parish drawing-roocity. The ing year In its history. If you water-colorpainted by her own cers, Bait Kliouni, Fever Bores, Csncers, Piles, The Sun, It is high time to get Into ths sunshine. church, is worth visiting and wo took it in, exquisito Chilblains, Corus, Tetter, Chapped Hands and all as well as the famous ''Kings' College," a skillful hand and illustrating her extensive TF.KMS TO MAIL SUBSC1UBEE3. skin eruptions, guaranteed to cure In every in part, whoe stu- travels in foreign lands, I think I have most ancient structure, or money refunded. A positive cure lor The several etltlansol The Sun are sint by mall postpaid, as fo'lows: iu this homo, of files. 25c per box. For ial by Penny A dents, flitting around iu brilliant rod gowns seen more true JOCRNAIs lUILT B0 rents a month, Ji a year; with Sun- TIIK INTERIOR inluxury and refinement than eincejlliavo caps, lent nu added day edition, J7 and "mortar-board- " Eight rages. This edltl in furnishes bUNDiV NTKAJI JOB OFFICE terest to tho seen.. Our "cabby" did his been in England and I have learned alos-so- n ths current news of the world, ajec!al articles of Druggists. exceptional interest to evcrybidy, and literary that I needed much to kndwr I am woll and we have as good an idea of part of Printing Messrs. Penny A McAlIster are always allre (0 reviews of new books of thn hlghoit merit. SL a Doss Aberdeen as we should have had In a etny greatly impressed with this fact. In Eng- their business, snd spare no pains to secure the year. year. Eight pages of the best fllly prices. Wkkkly of weeks, and looking at it by bits, on foot land and Scotland the beat workers are bostofevxry arllcls in their line. They bavoao-cure- d matter or the It a dally Issues; an Agricultural ths unequalled valm, speual market sgency for tho celebrated Dr. Kloj'a dew Richard Hunter found among the wealthy andirefined. This the WAIsTOlY.PROP.rW At Qlaigow cur W. and literary, scientific a jd douisallu intelliDiscovery for Consumption. Ths only cernut us at the Buchanan street station. "Sis- is in striking contrast with oiwiown dear New euro Consumption, Cough, Colds, Uoarso-ucs- s, gence make The Weekly Suu tho newspaper for for tain tbo farmer's household. Tocluof ten with $10 ter Minnie" had a delicious hot supper native land, though there, of course, excepAsthma, Hay Fever, Bronchitis, or any affec- lu extra copy frve. two miles tional cases of the kind and are not want- tion of tho Throat and Lungs. Bold on a positive . !'. EXOI. 4 YW, Publisher, Addreaa ready and an hour after we were IPu-e- t The ban, New ictk City, a bible reading at ing. guarantee. Trial Bottles free. Regular alas, It nway,at"Rednock,"at M'ROBERTS&STAGG Stanford, DEAIiEUS Opera House Block, Faints Til sand-ston- e, n I have received and am still' receiving New Goods for Fall arid Winter, comprising' tlie "best in tlie market, which, will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley Ilil-mor- Wi Hi HIGGINSi -- d. Whip, j Sheller, .,. ser-ric- e, Harper's Bazar. .. n HEADQUARTERS 19 spec-imenof- lt port-(M- o, theniT-Biirlin- gtcn If Dai-nura- ," cbeapa BRIGHT CUBBAN. jMi enajij Alisior jehkli:ks! y Drags, sand-alon- Stationery and Panoy Articlos. Fost-Of9c- THEE STJ2sT ssJBegUterea. one-stor- y two-fol- five-fol- d Mwmj .AJSTID MmlmiWrnm SHOP. Ratcsi -- eel-fis- SITIAiB'.LiEl! HIA.K,IsrESS sonablc. pit-rontzi- lot of Horses and Fine Turnouts. - COAXm! A.tfff. NUNJTEIilYEY, Stanford, Ky. relf-denl- Wide-Awa- mry Kind P' at r.c I Swi-tSBttk- lj .Y n!criorlonnial January 11, 1884 EDITOR Stafford, Ky, . P. WALTON. In the brilliantly-lighte- d parlor of the residence of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Rochester nud in the presence of a host of relative, and friend, a happy mar-nig- e wai consummated yesterday at 10:30 A. M. Mr. John T, Gano and Miss Clara Hell Helm, in a short but impressive were mtde huaband and wife by the father of the groom, Gen K M Gano. Congratulation were showered upon them ar.d even nature seemed to smile a happy approval, for the sun, obscured by clouds till now, barat forth in dszzling splendor, a if to say, "Blwed be the bride upon whom Ish'ne!" A sumptuous repsst followed at an appropriate lime, when ample justice was done the excellently prepared sub stanlials and deliciclei in and ont of season. The table was beautifully dressed and everything most tastefully arranged. The bride who is one of our loveliest young ladies, looked unusually handsome in her beautiful bridal costume, which was of white Ottoman rep Bilk, with long train made in point Jao and looped with orang) blossoms, June roses and smilax. A veil feUooned w'.ih crown of orange blossoms enve'oped her, making areal picture of lore'inees. Sin In connection with other liberal features is a relative of the late Governor Helm and of the time, a bill has been presented in belongs to one of our oldest and best famiCongrees providing for the iisue of lies. The groom is a ton of Gen. Gano and Treasury notes with which to pay finely educais a manly looking Bcldiera and tailors the difference in value ted and has a bright future. Our happiest between the paper currency in which they wishes, along with hundreds of others, will were paid off, and gold, with interest at 8 follow them through life. At 1 o'clock per cent. This has the riog of keen politi- Mr. and Mrs. Gano, with a large party,who cal, or rather party wisdom; but at the accompanied them as far as Junction City, same time it U a measure of flagrant wrong left for a tour to Washington and New The soldiers and sailors of the late war York, from whence they will go via Cubs Lava been liberally considered. The pento Texas. sion mania has run into n great national Among the many handsome and ccstly fraud, yet the country has quietly submit- presents we noticed an elegsnt pair of diated to its exactions. It is time this thing mond bracelets from the groom; mantel should cease. Let the people at once and clock Col. AV.G. "Welch end wife; silver earnestly look into euch abutts and apply and cut glass card receiver Miss Ilessie the remedy. Englenun; silver cake basket from Mr At a meeting of influential citizens held and Mrs. II. C. Bright snd Mr. and Mr- -. Louisville on the evening of the 8th F. J. Curran; (olid silver ladle Mr. and ins!., for the purpoe e of forming a perma- Mrs. E. T. Rochester; embroidered satin nent charity organization, it was decided to and lace pin cushion Misses Mary ar.d initiate such au enterprise which waa done Christino Enjlcmar; silver- - chocolate pot forthwith. The opject of the association Miss Fannie Belle Lee; pair bisque figm to invastigate the cases of the needj; ures Miss Lettie Leo Rochester; silver and protect the liberal from imposition; afford cut glasj berry bow Mrs Jos Erglemac; prompt and efficient aid in cases of real butter knife and sugar spoon Mr. and Mrs. want and to call out the benefactions of the W. B. Gan; silver cake basket Miss Kate geaerom by an a urar.ee that their gifts Gano; silver napkin holder Eddie and Lula will be judiciously applied. They propose Rochester; hand painted placque Mlsa SalJie to commence work on a bests of abont TomlinMii; lilvei and cut glass bouquet $6,000 per annum and teem to have no holder .Miss L;nn Lackey; illustrated bible-Mrdoubt of raising the amount at once. Aiken; silver cake basket handsomely Jtlanyof tho best names of the city are engraved Mrs. Mary Belle Allen; silver found on the list of members. card receiver Lee Gano; 3 napkin holders S)M philanthropist in England, disgust-- d from Tom, Gabe and Willie Lacke.i; napwith tho bungling outworking of the kin holder Miss Mattie Gano; silver butler system of strangulation in vogua in that dish Dr and Mrs. J. B. Owsley; silver snd country, has inyented a halter which he cut gloss terry bowl Mr. snd Mrs. G, A. urges will greatly sjmplif the matter Lackey; ink stand Matlie Rochester; psnnel Miss Mary Varnon; costly He givei an elaborate description of his tackle which we suppress en the ground silver water service Gen. and Mrs. R M tbatby its altractiveneM it would render Gano; cut glass and silver bouquet holder arcade a much more common amusement MissSallie Engleman, silver toilet stand than it is at present. Should a system be and jewelry case Clarence Ganc; crackled dovieed which wonld do away with the berry sot Mis Betsey Pennington; silter ghastly idea of a mutilated or distorted cream pitcher Msss Emma Gano; silver s.igar bowl M nil ray and Sidnev Gam; Ac. corpse it would become fatally popular. Oano-Hel- m. csre-moay, in six-foots. hanf'-paTnted Ab 1IMK elf a away the m'uUt of prrju-dre- e history le becfanlnR to assert Iteclf and present in a better light many of the crcfiU of our late war, which have been kpprelf nded or deliberately miaUated. TkeretuUof thia will be, not (imply a nrwtificaticn to indlvidaar feeling, but also, asd mainly a healing of the dissensions wfcich neceiaarlly were engendered durinR that unnatural strife, and a compacting of Iko American peeplo na ono great harmo Bteaa and powerful nation. A single illustration may suffice to eapreis our meaning. The death of Gen. John II. Morgan, though but a single and obscure event in the great drama of tho war, las been in onr State a matter of absorbing interca' nd the source of much bitterness. Few jaea who acted a part in those exciting reenes were more enthusiastically admired, more profoundly feared or more cordially hated than was Morgan. Hence the matter and manner of his death elicited a His wide spread and excited controversy. enemies insisted that he was righteously alain for and in commission of his crimes. His friends indignantly proclaimed that lie was foully and treacherously murdered. The cooler dictum of unprejudiced history is that both were wrong. From tho best lights brought to bear on the subject it is evident that he fell, as a soldier falls, in ese of those sudden conflicts that constantly occurred in his mode of warfare. Let his mem ory rest as a brave and efficient leader. All concede this now. And let the that sung his requiem bo buried in his grave. Proctor A Gamble's soap and cardie factory in Cincinnati probably the largest establishment of the kind in the world burned Monday night. Loss $250,000. The Treasury reserve of one and notes is exhausted, and Secretary Folger wants an appropriation with which to print four million ones, and three mill-Io- n twos. Kepresentative Hill, of Ohio, ha introduced a bill in the House providing for the erection of postofTJce buildings in all offices. tonns having second or third-clas- s He limits the cost of these buildings to 130,000 for offices of the second class and $15,000 for offices or the third class. The aggregate amout that would be required for this purpose is estimated at $30,000,000 two-doll- ar MARRIAGES. back to the village. Miss Eugenia Peyton will open the second term of her school on Monday, the ATTOJtNEY At 2Sth inst. Miss DJlie Willlami will continue to give instructions in music, vecal ad snd instrumental. The election of Directors of our Bank ALUABLEheld on Tuesday rcsulltd in the choico of DANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. J P. Rifle, T.fJ. Robinson, T. C. Jasper, or "III dltl'le It to suit purchitfia. .. If not sold by Mar. I. I will rtat to reliable License for the marrisge of Mr. J. P. II H. MoAnlncb, J. D. Carpenter, Dr. J IJtltlH.Jt. A. II MiltS I'K till Kit. IUbIy, H.O,,Ky. lOitmo. Moore and Miss Rallfe II. Evans and Mr P. Flannagan.E. 8. Powell, Dr. Edward AlJ. C. Arnold and Miss Fannie L Arnold, corn and Col. J. W, Weatherford. lo'e?.," 1r.'"!' M,e ?7 0' ,hal 100 acres, were issued by the county clerk on the 0th. VA1MIAUI.1: Kird Wonns. Editor Walton, of the Webber's ComcJy Company Harrv numtm-otiStanford JornNAL, issued three handsome rapalr. all necnoary oalbolldlnaa. aad will be here on the 21l, and will open double numbers in succession, aad says he Stanford Town Lots for Salo. n,.;?..i.t,i"r,,l,aD,l,t ' enlujTatlon, i." l"T- "' f,,f " "H""1 with ''Nip and Tuck or the Detectives." thinks he is entitled to n rest and issued "rwtlir. h.L 'B'on ""i Tha'' turnpike This company comes well recommended. but one paper lat eek He certainly llVll .1 loeulo. , eery conreoleSt. thia hronh I ofer forialo prltttelj at low price and on farm, Al- Fred Masonheimer is filling up, for a earned hU holiday. terrai. Of Kit JFJJ-T- the Madisonville Times. Terr rcaeonablo la North iaj llniln of TOir.V I.U1N tbt restaurant, the room opposite the Court-h- e than half 7 The I.vrtmon Jocunal, of Stanford, is- city of Stanford, ailore ol the Court ol them ate era. ui.iun m iuii purcnai-.-.iiJ.fIlouer, end a wliblna third of mile use, formerly occupied by Win, P. Blake, ?i!".,l!,y'.!,u 7" "ortl! Alio a sued three inamoth donble numbers dur- numebr of them within two.thlida (f a mile of r tho jewelsr. The establishment is to be mp a Junction depot, excellently k cited fur prapcr-.ing the holidays, full of choice, bright the iriiged In luilteea or but iniployuiBt at IT. wlihfil...j.mi.j ,n,5''rT"'nta. In the Intersection ol callci the "Woodbine" and is to be first Ike Dan aad Sacsa Villa tarnplke, that point.; a will be a and enteilainicg reading. Ira abon A imall fractofll acre, class in every respect. The openirg is to cold day when Walton cetsIt left in the Theo lota are) the tery belt and roont Duan. AIm aid centfolcutlr ellnaled for reeldeniet that Jololnn . nor home In . be on County Court day. Breck-enridbare tier ten oflereJ Icr sale In Kiibford. and .L. .'" J -' n.'J'utfHI e, a warehouit near Ihode- matter of newspaper enterprise. 17 ."- caeier, a my prices and termiateeuih to place I In the pot la burial lot In th ljnrui ...... News. It is rumored that at a holing match rower ol any Induilrloua mm tu etcure one of eteey, Ac All the Abort properlT III t aold on sry llhtral irrni. Korlurlher in the suburbs on Monday nlgSt, a young tbrm lor a bojie D I Arltrular rail They all front upon newetreets, which bareluit vu ur eaurea old school m&ciPLixr.. ItKltHJt.K, man from Kansas City "did up" anothsr lep. 18 if been opened, the tnoadeet and til tn Htanfai J llrjioullle, Ky. Disciplino in tho old English schools The toll Is rlcb sassy in Kentucky .Must of young man whose home is in Danville, in must haTO been oxtremely severe even the UnJ Ui level aa loitqulrr no grading and the about four minutes by tho watch. The tery Uit well water cm be bid at a depth of fiom in such high-tone- d institutions as EU.U, 30 to 0 feet. boxers wore gloves and the contest began They will I i old to Bone but white persni TIiuto'w nnd Rugby. Vury little was A map (.1 lot in cull te Men at my omce and ended in perfect good humor. :084ruo. II'. II, Jill. I. Kit. Rev. A. J. Brady, of this place, is a na- loit to the honor or good 6enso of pupils, bliuPetJ, Ky, but much to tho four of chnstUeincnU tive of County Cat an, Ireland, and wis there visiting friends the past s'linmrr. His Hence tho expression now almost obsoattention being called to the article on the lete "under the ferule" of a certain tint page of the last Intemok Joi'wal master used to bo synonymous with re'd the ceiving on education. entitled "A Mock Marriage." 1 An English" clergyman, Archdeacon proper name of the town referred to is Scrabjy, not Scrablcy. Father Brady Denisou, writing about his school days, I will offer tor sale on the premise, on knows a magistrate in the cmnty named notes two curious bits of discipline to be the one called hich tho boys were subjected. One NATVHIMY. JAN. ItHli, 1SS1, Bibinton, which may Babington; the other names are strange to was that every boy of tho school was My fa- 17S acne, on tho watera ef him. cfo iniulo a party to on offense committed by UaiiLTliK roiti titer I eylon well, ted aplolnlna T P hlll.Col. J W Wiather-fr- d the laudu town authorities on Wednesday The any boy. The other bit consisted in a aid Henry Pangl'Man li In naeetateolml-tlrattoL- . virtually coucluded nut to try Capt. A. S. HAVE lOOscrce are In Itfur rum tnd SA which It looilng land McGrorty any further fur lellhw whisky to ixmituuti.il lotter written homo by every In whest,an.1 tuicrpial. r of well Tho thcte I well oateno dlti'lun telrf in precisely tho same terras. The IwoKood houve been Extenin II. I will grit offer It In two an alleged detective 'named Webb, from boy a whole, tho Uit bid tn preeill. tracts and then clergyman gives au instance. Cincinnati. All of the cases were "dismissa txl youic ooweaiHltalieti Ihe stock (vtolste of One night as wo followed tho usher, aleo, the IttmlrK houehld and tllcbin ed without prejudice." Notbirg could be - -- To Their fc'lotk of two and two, down n passage from tho furnltute. ale krown rn dar of tale. Ternsi more absurd to a lanyerorany sensible juts. initKiTA iinr.yt. school-rooto our bedrooms, William than to person not blinded by finaticii-attempt to throw restrictions about the bus- said to mo : "George, I hato that usher fellow," iness of a druggist or other merchants. It ! And now hayo tho Beit Stock in Ccn- -' "So do I," I said. has never been asserted until recently that tral Kentucky. They have Parlor shall spit oa his back," said he, druggists shout 1 hare license to sell linnd Bed Room Set, Carpet, " Pic ao don't," said I; "wo shall quors be'ore they could sell them liwfullr, Cano and Penitentiary any more than that they should hare li both be Htriptwd." Chain, Marble Top, cense to sell quinine, calomel or anything Strapping was administered with a Centre Stand & Ex- else kept bj them in Mock. Wines and li- piece of carriage trace with the buckle-hole- s tension Table-- , quors are medicines and druggists have a in it? through which tho air rnahed Woven Wine. Cot-te- n right to sell medicines to those who have as the strap descended on tho hand. Top and Hair Mat-trene- i, the money snd the desire to buy them. A " I shall spit on his back," said he ; Aiul Ollttr I'roitcrtj. Folding Bed Lountrial of ine of the cases sKsinst II K Ham and ns I expected tho ushor, having, I ge., Bedi & Coti, Wardrobe. ueli wss b gun before Ho J W Alcorn heard whispering, turnwl Uwin? to tirr ldT weather, Ihe sale tlatthe peror and 8ofai, and Everythinfj Elie K Moottouiiry, but not being con suppose, bit late altSicrseflir and a jury the same riildeoce In Maoftrd, ) ilCMd till round, and William wu cnught ia tut-acteluded, was adjourned uvtr till Siturday Kept in a Fint-cl- a Furnituro Store. $3,-60par-tie- alio burned down. The fire originate! in the second story, where a sohool was being taught. A. defective flue was tho causo Mr. Albright succeeded in removing n psrt of his goods, hut the greater portion were destroyed. Dr. Burdett kept his stock of drugs in the store and they were all burned up. The property was valued at about and was uninsured. The manufacture of tobacco will not bo interupted, as the company had moved to a new house. HUSTON VILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. J. B.Green sold his tiwn property to W. Weatherford for $1,800, cash. Tho Colonel will be cordially welcomed Ool. For Sale Privately! ,1 LAHCAftTKR ABTKnT'.KXJlsTR. J B. V. WAI.TJDIU a.-- i I offer forsatotirlTaUIr my hrin of tf3 Clt KM. 'Hulled 7 rnilrtH i:.. of NIchoiMTllls LANCA8TKR, KY. on lllekmin iTrtk, in Jtwimln count. The Office! orer Clllteni National Hank. Offiae land U In blue-Riv- w hours and rlovtr cd la In (food rvn-dlll- from 8 lo 13 a. . and from I to 8 r. at. for growing any crop suited to thia part ol the itate and U wall adanlrd to jTTiwlnu IoHkto. BAM M. BUItDETT, The lmrroTnenta rontlst of a tram Uwcllln or 7 rooms with porchMand cellar, a well f food water near to door, a ood bain, ilaMo and wagoa LANCA8TKR, KY. fhed and other arrroary out bulldlagi, A aloek water abundant eon?raltDl Ac. P,.w,fe lD "arrard and adjolnlna roanltr. ell of Appeal!. The fencing oa the creek li nusllr of alonr. Tit If jtJMyrj of ItnUr for fencing purpowa and fencea mo4l-I- t In food it pair, location la conrcaicnt to Church, school and mill, I will sell tho prornrtj -Vlow andonrair Urinate parllra dculrlng a born Garrard Co. Lands IFORSALE, "" lunl" tl... c- ' per-oo- awTT-detcrlb- eonUtn-Ivaacee- l'J. ENTERPRISE Grocery. Kontuclcy, Public Sale - L-AJNTI- D, STOCK,t&C liaiivxiMtcr, GEO. D. BURDETT OO-- , dlaldng sive Additions ii, Intcly POMTl'ONEHIJQNT ADMR.'S SALE "I Y ALU ABLE STOCK , . itorr ruAXCTa TOR MA11KRT. auk pubvaukv to begins to look as if old Cerro Gordo xaust go. His friends tried at the meeting or the caucus to force an immediate nomination, but tho field, which includes Black-buCain, Sweeney nnd othera saw profit in delay and were able to accomplish it by a vote of 19 to 15 Senators and 45 to 38 So the caucus was postHepresentatives. poned till next Monday night. It begins toJodk as if Carlisle will be the only solution of the Senatorial problem and we trust he will receive the nomination. "Why do the daily pipers persist in booming men for the presidency and then throw all the fat tn the fire by trying to give a likeness of the man boomed? The Comer-Journa- l comes out flit footed for ffeaator McDonald but ruins everything by the inevitable picture. If old "saddlebags" looks anything like that carricature the American people will never vote for him for President. No man with that artistically ugly mug can obtain the highest gift of the people. y Jt MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT, ri i Enquirer and its money is still a in Ohio politics, as is evidenced in tower the result of the Senatorial comtcst. Henry 3J. Payne was nominated over George II, Pendleton against tho wishes of a large majority of the democrats, solely to gratify a malice as unreasonable as it is uncalled for. Mr. Payne is an unusually rich man, 'with the presidential bee fn his bonnet, aad it la expected that his barrel will be tapped for all it is worth. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. -- The thermometer was below zero a Atlanta, Memphis and other Southern The . points. Monday in the National Ilourr, 070 bills were introduced, among them bills abolishing the tax on tobacco; extending the bonded whisky period; to prevent the undue contraction of the currency; requiring banking rssociations to pay a tax of 1 per cent upon their average deposits. Managed by Jno. B. Fish. J. J. Thompson has 24 head of 2 year old steers for sale, address him at this place. This has been a good week for sleigh ing. 8ome rustic sleighs have been rigged and the young folks are having a good time. Charles Lewis, colored, was arrested and tried for stealing a pair of pants and gloves from M, N. Langford and given thirty days to work on the streets. A great many fowls have frczen to death during this last cold spell. We have not heaid of any iiersons bjin frozen to death, but have seen several very badly frost bitten. Ail persons Indepted to mo will please call snd settle immediately. I mean business. Accounts will be placed in the hands of an officer for collection if nut " paid at once. F. L. Thompson, Married, at Knoxville, Tenn., Tuesday night, Mr. J. Lee Tate, of Andrew and Miss Alike C. Wallin, of Gum Sulphur and Mr. W. D. "Wallin, of Gum Sulphur aod Miss Mollie Harwood, of London, Ky, This was not an ordinary runaway affair; the parties concluded to have a little tour for their pleasure. We extend to them our hearty congratulations. Dr. W. P. McKce end wife returned from a visit to Louisville Tuevday. The Misses IIiggin, of Kirksville, are visiting at Mr. 8. W. Parris'. Mr. David Thomp-Bon- , of Garrard county is visiting at F. L. Thompson's. John L. Whileheal is in Williamsbuig this ncek. W. L. Jones is spending a few days at this place. Georjc Baker is moving to the Dr. Joplin farm, Just out of town. Misa Lizzie Vowds, 6f Gethsemine, Ky., is visiting her brother, Mr. Joseph E. Vowels. Messrs. Albright & Co's. store houre, and nearly all of the contents were deatrov ed by fire last Monday uoroing. The old tobacco factory adjoining the store-house Peanute, to be prepared for Market, in a lare cylinder, frora which they entr brnahes, wher every nut receiver) fifteen feet of a brushing boforo it become free. Then they are dropped on an endless lelt, pansing along at the rnte of fonr miles an hour. On each side of the belt stand girls, and, aa tho nubs fall on ths belt, ths girls, with a quick motion of ths hand, pick g ont all the cuta, allowing only the best to pass tho crucible. Tuofio that do pass drop into bags on tho floor bolow. When the bag is filled it is sowed up and branded fis "cocks," with tho figure of a rooster prominent on its side. Tho peas caught up by the girls aro thou thrown to one side, again picked over, nnd tho best tangled out nnd branded " ships." Theso nro as fine n nut ns tho first for eating, but in shnpo and color do not coinpnro with tho " cooks." Tho third grndo in branded na "englcs." Thcfee aro pickod ont of tho culliugs of the " cocks " and "ships." Tho cullings that aro left from tho " englcs " aro bagged, sent to tho top story, and whnt little meat is in them in shaken out by n patent shellcr. Tho nuta lwing ahelled by thia new process, tho meat drops in bags below freo from dust or dirt of any kind, nnd is then shipped in 6acks to tho North, whero it is liought by the confectioners for tho purpose of making taffy or peanut candy. It may bo hero stated that n peculinr kind of oil is extracted from tho meat of tho nut, and in this Biwciftlly n largo trado is dono nmongtlio wholcsalo druggists. Thcro in nothing wauled, for oven tho shells nro mndo useful. Thoy nro packed in sacks nnd sold to s for horso bedding, nnd a very healthy bed they mnko. aro placed poor-lookin200-poun- i ! The next morning, after ths dus troatmect of th colpnt by a prooaa more painful than strapping, we waro all drawn np in aingU , fllo in the and trerj boy, , elder aad yonngsr, bad to wriU froa dictation, and than to ropy from his aUt on a sliest of lttr-pper- , the leltsr fadlowing. (Letters then eosi S nc jr-son.' Tuesday, January 22, 1884, 1'eglcnlrfj r- - 4J tl n.ptly at lu it (f I0r:tcV, mil ii In ((il Niik'tir I'rlovx. 3F2.. -- ibfiiltt-tii- ONE LAIiGi: l'OVXa JACIt, A O- IL. 'X7Vzxte3?& aifikiaarn school-room- alliflbnn Miit, 1 fd binder, In M 1 I Koulli(tiu .'hnp, JO KroiMlfriwe, ItOtairrl - ewch:) I 2 Made There were fonr Shirt brothers in the Four lu lbTO. I.NUI.A!YCI3! school, Arthur, Frederick and Angusttis Taswa All mn.iof !i5id Lndrr, enh In I bat an nut. a cndlt of 8 lner.lh,wlh draw a veil over the frelina Shirt I band, otir I gttrn. Nolri with Seven'First-Olass'Companie- s, and expressions of the Shirt parnt. Cfercent. Inttrist will and pjiU'e In Ihe Htil coud rrturity. sgoilablr npon ojwning tho fonr letters, pries 2 National Itibk (f M iiford tll It iiqutre.) before X.O"WDESa7r I th pioftrty Is rtiiioieii. shillings 8 pence, !.. It. VltEXArr.T,MUiT. JlMui jr. 31. I'ltll.U'S, A at., Stanford. Tho liko thing hnpiwned again when I was there, upon tho oeciusion of buyfrom an old uomnn ovu ing nppk-torFemale College. the wall. In this cusu thv STANKOnD. XY. siti was of h more general character. STANFORD, KY. but, as in tho otlior coso, was mode uniW. P. WALTON, - - Propriotor. 11 hli-li- no nave committed a William Ienlion vpai on IV we went U ltd. I remain, your aCeationtte son, Aamca Shut. air ibab i'Ar..vrj: UTiMtt sn. Vr !imi back, m :iir Ilkiaj eery new irrului 3 gout work prltte ind termt firecne, halrr; ton uxd I ut etry little, it i. In, licuitLold and Kitchen 4 Eed rerkihtto Hlsllle, Ky , Cincinnati, o , and tndlanapoll,, at Corr, 100 Ind deatrrtlnHlelnway A Decker llroa.' hy Hey, all ol Me llalnew. J. A ' Hicber, Vvee A fta.', ltiMwIn A limit (oaC'utliKe, lpriht atd tqmrt lino I'orlea; t, cf an a!oioit alio the l.iley, Mioolngrr unit llaiulltoo Orsani. il.dk tciu ilIii.h e Waftn,Jc Iri.limnenli k.IiI ai prlcea and Icihh to lull nr-thaaeand Harrrti, or tf tbrm being a Pon'tartit your ordtrt ml yon ret ok .illy Jacttt. a 58 I tail of Jul. lii lionet, moot U'th trade bibrlof rblt II. Ilnlduin fni &., lt1.tiat r Kumltute and IturrclH or j , Fire, Lightning & Tornado K.T2SS ls Stanford play-groun- d OPERA HOUSE, versal. Mr Dean Parents i Wc hive commltUd a in. For no haro bought applt-U- ru Kroat nit' out tho leave of tho maMiT, wLan liavt plenty to tat, and that of tho quality. I remain, etc. The otlier point of disciplino was thnt every boy who hnd not conducted him- With a Full Corps of Teachors, This Initltutlon will open lit Thirteenth Peelon onlho3d Monday In tiepteaiber neat. Ut BltofBtane,:ioi50. Klht complete ittiol fi(et-er- y fiitlnu cafaclty, lucludlni lallory, tW. Ileanonable ratea lo Rood allracllona. AddrtJ aa abort. ALLTHK DUANCHEH 0 A THOnOUGHENGLtSHCOURSE -- d stable-keeper- Are taught, aa well at self well during tho week had no on Saturday, Now this gave the MOBIO, THE IiANQUAOKU, UHA'.V. IKO AND PAIKTI.VO. mutton-pin moral elevation which, in W-in- g in its own nature, it did not deserve, cointwsod of what was left on the plates in tho preceding days of tho week. In Tuition, prlcea rango from tti to tAO Id tb rezular Peparttnente. I'rlmarT, tV; Inttrmr-itlatWilliam had been nt school at Ewher, 130; l'reparatojy, HO, and alfrf,UU, M. t with our elder brothers Evelyn and For boforo Stinbury. There, oiio Hun-da- y HHN,full partlculnri, aa lo I'oard, Acaddroaa N, V. THIir.llKAItT, I'Tlllrllinl, morning, having lost his lint, ho woe itaoford, LIccoIq Co., Ky, mode to walk to school in n straw o bonnet of ono of tho daughters of the house. Tho ways of discipline Youth's Companion, nro various. mut-ton-pio o DANVILLE- TERMS MODERATE, PLANIG MILL COMPANY -- Ed-war- Manufacturer! of- - coal-Hcuttl- IloorK, SukIi, IMIimIk, IVIiiiIow KOSTETTEift na;'nK(if MeiiM mid Dour Fniuivri, Jiirh, Ncroll lVorlcXnritliiK 9IoII- - HICK IIBADAOIIE. A recent medical writor thus occonnts for sick hr attache, from which so many persons suffer. Ho attributes it to a weak stomach nnd imperfect digestion, and says that tho attacks nro usually preceded by a greater than ordinary appetite. Tho stomach is naturally weak, and bo long as it is not crowded it works y kindly. moro footl is pnt into it or moro irritating kinds than it can digest. It ferments, an acid is produced, tho acid acta as an irritant upon tho coats of tho stomach, and this irritation is taken to bo n call for food, to satisfy which moro is token, and all to no purpora; tho poor Btomach revolts, but with tho rest during tho hoadaohe, and tho relief from the vomiting, it recovers its wonted tono. If this bo correct, tho remedy is very siniplo; o from food for n meal or two, or a donial of llio unnatural cravings of tho appetito, would seem to bo nil that is required Sufferers from this disoaso should test tjio valuo of this adyieo. nb&ti-nonc- Saw - IIk was hugging tho corner Innip-ponn urdor thnt only rum could havt produced. In vain tvero tho eiTortB ol bin devoted wifo to inako him rohix tliat giip. Finally his feet slid out from under him, ho rolled ovor tho enrbatone nud diafti)i)enrcd behind tho liroitt-. barn of tho 8ho whom lu had Hworn to lovo nnd clieriBh saw I ii riink out of sight, nnd badly murmur J rh eho passed on : " Another landiuari Rone." Brooklyn Jlaylc. h i I.nlhc Worlt, - FloorhiR, CclIIiirr.Wcallicrboardlnp, -- fiowcr-trap- DrrrtNCil And other Ltimlscr, Building Material Titk hero of tho great march from C- bnl to Candahar is Sir Frederick S!. r i Ilolwrts. If thnt feat hnd betn formd in America tho hero would 1m Umu called Bob Bled beforo hu w .. 1M I . H Edwin TiooTn is to not nt th now Princess' Theater, London. The dolay in his nppenrnnco was caused by his to piny lago to tha Othello of CJinilos Wnruor, which would in a mca?. nro Hiiboidinnto him to a popular English btnr. nl Tho ncccsalty for nromnt nnd efficient hooatbold remedies fa dally irruwlng moro Impcratirc, uud ol tlicto lloitittcr'u btomach lllttcra la tlm chief In merit ami tho Irregularity of the stomncli moat popular. ami Lowcla. malarlai fcer, liver complaints, debility, rheumatism, nnd minor ullmtnts, aro thoroughly conquered by tlitv Incomparable family restorative- and medicinal aafeguard, and it la Justly regarded as remedy tbo purett and inont comprclictuho of its class. For talo by all Drugs'" and 6fflRs .. i Alto Dcalera In XTnriiiiiig Tiunbcr! We keep a you In ' Iik'j and will do onr best loplraio anlqialltyolnatcrlal, Call on ns or wrtlo Tor prlcea laro prlre li.isriLLi: 13-2 VI.ASISG UaLTlllo, Ky. mill co Deakrs sencrally. uia " s i ' I -- vf . wu-lu- a uunnarnsuic StmMfittcehlu Stanford, Ky., ntcriorourmil January 11, 1884 l. iff. LOCAL TIME CARD. 1 Msll train going North Houth Eipreni train" Hautb if ti Norh ... - ....2 1 05 P.M. m. 00 01 S.1 2 A.M. A.M. r. LOCAL NOTICES. Buy Paints of Penny & McAH-te- r. Nice ntojk of blrthd curds at Penny A McAIUtcrV HrxMnAno ready mixed paints at A HUag'n. Jew. Haas Hog Cholera Cure. Penny A McAl later coin agent. IJitANn new olock ofercry thing In the jewelry lineal Penny A McAliateT'-- .. Watohw, Clock and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAIUter. For cot'sh, coldi, Ac, un Compound Byrnp White Pine. Pnt up in 26c and 60c bottle. Trial !m 10c. Mcltobert-- i A Jersonal Mim Jael. Itctm in Tiniting Mr- -. 8 P. Sugg thia week. Mn. and Miw. F. J, Cuiikan .hate gone to IxitilnTllle. Mn. John M 1i,ani In gone tn I)uipTille to complete his cotiree of medicine. Miw Inr..vr IIockadav, of Plutuburp, Mo., and Mio Florence Lackey, of Paint Lick, are viaiilnu Ml' LUlie McClary. Miw Ci.aiik Cash, Miven Ileule Drye tn I Bailie Cueik, of the Went J.ml, attemlcI the Crut peifirinauce of Julia Hunt Wed netdny nijlit, Ocn old friend, J. B. Green, e f made ii a brief call it the offic Wednesday. Alwuya glad to look upon Mi familiar countenance. PiTTiiv and finiilr, who Mn Nr.i-Ho- s ieently moved from Ihin county, hre fettled near Uiirnham Station, Mo., and hare prA'pecU of doing well. MctHiM, M. 1). lluoitm and W. O. 8weeny, of Iinraler, were here Wednc-di- f in the In'crenl of Hon W. X. Sweeney, who in a candidate for V. S Senator. Andy Cowan, Will Citpcnlei and Din Milter, of the Went End, hare becu in Stanford for tereral dar. Our people wjre becoming very anxiom for a thaw. Miwrn Florcnce Jksni.no; nf St. IOuIk, Sallie Kngleman and llfiiie Kngle-nuof DAiirille, and many i thcr pretty girli from a distance attended the Helta (iano marriage. Mixsim KittVAiiD IIinLKit and Her III . arc tie-itibert Walker, of Mloomlni-ton- , the family of Mr. Tame Wrar, at Pink CnlUn. The former conci to jiin hi wife, who hai ben here for re vera montr . J S HiHKr.u Ins boen confi recti to hi The cm for nomo dar lit in!loition. r Joe or ha not published hi il!aj(no-i- , hence cpinien I at m aa to the location of of the eliot.ie whether in the heart or organ, nine lei Mu. W. M. lkii.i: ha been trantferrcil to Slin from the agoncy at Williamiburi; where he will hare oharKe of ford Junc-lon- , bith the L A N and K C. K. It tletiol iIerTb(Hl who knows Mr. Ilole will bo delighted nt tlm annotincemeiit, and ially there who will have lmine dealing with him He in one of the ruc't accom tuoditing men on the road. HcrncARKTATiVK T. P. Hill, Jr , i!ea omtraled bin activity nnd urefulne He got hit hill concerning tho C. G It, A X. It. 11 , through both hotitea, though he met with ome difficulty in the Houc cail'Oil by an amendment proponed by Mr Mw, of Pulniki, and tie doubt or Col' Talbolt, of Boyle, who, properly, wanted hi own county taken care of in the nutter of the eztenion of the Kentucky Centrnl railroad, which in, in (fleet, what the bil provide for. CjurierJournal. Hui-tonnllaoow-boun-1 titl eo la LOCAL MATTERS. Tiir. Urgent lot of sugar; and ooflie town, at Bright A CurranV in Sri.KNDU) cigar and tobacco) at T. It. Walton's, corner Main nnd Somerset ta. " . . m Mu II. N. WAKKhasiold another half acre lot at Stanford Junction, Thou. Carte', purchaser at $100. .. ii Pr.NMSOTON has rented 50 acres of land Wing in the licittt of Stanford, of Mrj Kale Biiley, at $5 per acre. 11, O .. ..... ! iftideucc with three Comkoutaiim: pcre of land attached, in Stanford, for tale or rent. Apply lo J. .Bright. Owinci Jto the wretched weather, the sale of the personal effect of Dr. T. B.Mont corner, wa postponed till Tuesday the '2ii, when the landed oslnte will also be sold. To close iiUYEiis. If you want a barrel of sugar nnd a sack of colTee lo begin the New Year, it will pay jou to get our fig tires before purchasing elsewhere. Bright A Curran. . ii Tub intensely cold weather of the past week began to moderate Wednesday and the i going ofl in rain and 13 inches of sluih. All the ant. d ed and the situation is anything houses arc floodbut pleas- SiiEitiKK Menefee "ret 'em up" to the county court at the St. Asaph on Wednesday. He doesn't claim to bo a candidate, but professes a patriotic willingness to hear the burden of any remunerative office imposed on hiiDj Clairk Scott who played "La-cretl- a Borgia" and "Deborah" here this week In ono of the beat actresses that has virited in. Her support is good too nnd much better patronsgo than the dm-rvereceived. But lie weaiher was so cold the that not oven Miry Anderson could have drawn n houe these to nights, Miss cigars, for result of his own observation, and the rev GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. elations of an occasional and casus glance Lancaster. at the workings of the office. The first The Webber troupe will appear here ., Ma lao A grapes, Florida orange, Idea that makes itself apparent is that ,tho on the 18th, and promises us a rare treat Viw York cream cheenc, Ac , just re editor is an overworked man. Responsible in "Nip and Tuck." ceived Bright A Curran. punctual insuo of The mother of O.J. Spilman, oge 84, ii bought half of for the for a prompt exhibithis paper, held bound of every item died at the residence Mn. John Muxritr Imi of her son, in the J T Hnrrln' family grocery, bakery and of current news at home and abroid, re- lower end of this county, Tuesday. reVaurant and they intend to run the bus quired to sustain law, denounce crime, in -- Another death has occurred in tho but rpsre the particular of HyattHville neighborhood. eist on men lively. Mrs. Frank II Look hkhiI You can find tit 8. S. My fender, tell the whole truth, but keep back Doty, cousin of the late Mrs. Sabo Doty, em' new pickled pig feel, encumber pick whatever may impinge on particular indi whose death we recorded in your last issue, a len, freah oyrtera and the niceat lea and viduals, issue full sheet no matter how died at her home on Long Branch, Mondesolate the dearth of news, besides being day evening, after a protracted butter cracker illnera. expected to meet and treat politely every Her death is lamented by all who knew Wk failed to note an important arrival caller on buslnesa or curiosity, answer ev- her. in our last issue, A son and heir put In an ery enquiry, pertinent or impertinent, give The accomplished Julia A. Hunt will P!erance at Mr. Jos H. McAlis'er's an opinion on every subject trivial or appeir at the City Hall Friday and Satur last Friday, and he is already boM of the otherwise all these and a thousand other day evenings and will doubtless be greeted bjrdeni requir'nr at once tbo wisdom by a large crowd, for she hai many admirpremises. in. of Solomon, the legal lore of Blackstone, ers in our community, having made qu. The stockholder of the First National the energy of Najtoleon, the polish of an impression here a short while after si e Bank elected the following directors: H. Chesterfield and the patience of Job all made her dtbut upon tho stage. The in. S. Withers, D, W. Vandev-e- r, W. P. Tate, these buidens he is expected to bear alone clement weather may cut down her audiT J Foster, Craig Lycn, 11 C. Bright, We will suppose it I wearing towsrd the ence, but we hope she may bare a laige Fr.nl lord Erwln, J. 8 Hocker, nf Stanford; evening of press day. The mails are all and enthusiastic crowd. J K. McClary, Mt. Vernon; ltobt. Bojd, in and correspondents have all failed. ExThe young men who were indicted beLondon and J. T Freeman, Williamsburg. fore the U. S. Court for inlimidating tho change' present an unbroken barrrennes The FstmerV National elected a board as Lrcel items have utterly stagnsted; in negro Sain Farrls, at the fall election of follows: J.M. Hail, J. 11. Owsley, S II. short the paper is not set up and tho office 1882, appeared for trial before Judge Barr, Shanls, J W. Alcorn, Slanlord; Dr. Ed. fiend is clamorous for copy. In a frenzy at Frankfort, Tuesday, and were dismisied Alcorn, John K. B.it)ghman, Hustonville; the editor seizes his pencil and writes: by him upon the grounds that no case It W (livens, Shelby City; J J, Williams, "The qjeationa involved in the Chinese could be made against them. We are true Mt. Vernon; and CI W. James, Crab (Trch imbroglio are" ''Hellol" exclaim a ly delighted lo learn of their releaso and ard. Both are the old boird with the ex rubicund citlzin, entering, "who'll gel the we hope they will pre fit by the experience ception of II C. Bright, who tnkes the nomiration for U. S. Senator?'1 "Please and keep oHt of politics. The greatest placo of Dr. Montgomery in the First excuse me, I'm very busy have no infor- drawback Oarrard county has had to conNational. mation later than our last issue." "Copy," tend with and which has given our people "Amoko the Fotjies," as presented by screams the fiend. The editor resumes more trouble than anything else, has been MiMJuliaA Hunt and Company Wei "of graver import and more" "Which the number and variety of local politicians nesday night, was quite a pleasing enter- is the editor?" irquires a stalwart from who are "as numerous as the sands upon tainment, though the play is net ore the country. "How can I serve you sir?" the seashore." Our election! are too frewhich shown Minn Hunt at her bet. The blandlr asks the editor. "Was Adam the quent and it would be well for the present fact is, there is not enough of her In it for first or the last namo of that old feller in legislature to remedy the ill a far as lies in those who delight to see her ever on the the bible?" "I don't care which it their power. stage. She made an exceedingly sweet was" snaps the editor losing temper. Little Dawes Hughes, the willy editor loTe-sicgirl however, and as uiul won "Copy," shout- - the fiend, "universal of the Xewi has been arraigned before the the hearty plaudit of the audience. Her interest than" "What's the latest news Police Ciurt for disturbing the peace and support was more than creditable and sev- from Julia Hunt?" lisps n dude. "More quietude of our town by shooting fireeral of the company deserve much praise copy," persists the fiend. We dare not lift crackers on tho streets, in company with Lant night ai"Kanchoii the Cricket," Misn the curtain further. Now all thin will Will Marrs and Tom Palmer, on the evenHunt was, if poniblr, a more churning be regarded as broad burlesque; but it falls ing of Dec. 21, 18S3, and was fined $1 and little elf than ever. She appears at Lan- far below the waiting worry, and harrassing costs for his frolic, A petition for a new caster to night, where we trust she will be care and distracting interruptions continu- trial was file! upon the ground that they received by the large audience that she de- ally experienced by the editor of a county were not present when the case was tried. serve. paper. We do not know that there is a W would suggest to the press association cae en record where the riiflerer has not the propriety of arraigning him before that STAsrortP har been for orae dajs a lively city. Tne ice harvest in in ear borne it all with exemplary fortitude; but august body for lowering the dignity of nest on Monday. On TueJay the snow should an example of restiveneM under the prs.'e sion by inch 'indiscretiop.' brigade appaul ."n firce on every street such discipline be found we would bespeak Heretofore Hughes has deserved the icpu-tatio- n of being a man of the most exam The success of their labors invited the cill for such the kind consideration richly merplary habits and it grieves us to learn that out from their ccsy firesides and soon ited for peculiar suffering. uns be has gone to playing with toy pistols and the strteta were alive with the teeming popCArr. W. II. Si'iiaiilin and his corps fire crackers instcul of devoting his time ulation. There is a strange exhlleration of awi'tantn, Messrs. F. II. (Jninby, W. B. to his newspaper. produced by a heavy sr.ox fall. Even the Crecshaw, F. S Day, H. K Black, James i . chilled and ftehle octogenarian feels hi Sambrook tnl H. K Fish, arrived here Cn APVI.'KTlSKnOT.S. boom warmed and new life tingling Tuerday and are making preliminary through hi veins a bo hood's memories surveys for tho Cincinnati, Green River IIO.V. A. G. TA 1.00X1 risim from his long forgotten pnnt bring A Nashville 11. It. While we believe that In this district, ab up again in lively reality tbo .ernes in this ii the most practicable route there Its fondidfttefor ject to tiie action o th j .lemxrac j. which he wait occe a delighted actor. ie nothing certain jet about the final loYouth still hails with gladness the spot- cation and much will depend on the liber-less, glistening robe of larth. Wealth ality cf our jxs'ple There is this adwrapped in oorlly fui and poverty in vantage over the Danville route at any ami garb, a'l clasurn in every variety tf rate. There are eight milts of load IM.SIUAJtI.E STOKE . ICOOBf circumstance uaitc in pronounoirg "bit- built and the route to Liberty by here is Under ther't. Asaph Held, now oetupld by P. ingn on the snow." but 32 mi!tM from Lunca'ter, wlcrea it is K. Yi'oucn. ' nil ca or mlclrm UEXHY nAtOiWAX, Lincoln County Court, which con- 3D tit Danville from that print. The Or HI. V. VOltTlMAX. vened on Monday, clotd its sittingat r.ojn LAND, STOCK AND CROP. Wednesday with ten magistrate present Iivi Ilublile iu Green Woodcock J. N. Mcntfcc, shrritT, executed his bond 2 j bead of 1,229 lb. cattle at bc. for the collection of the Slate revenue in Iistc sold n half W.T. Jone, of Fayette, sold SO fat lo IJoin. Murphy, tonInterest In rat Mlabllibiatnt cf Mr. J. Loai Murpby, this county, fir 1Kb I, with Sam F. Cowan together ne will continue in lbs surety. An application of N. G. Well for bogs to be delivered January 20th at Cc ad or cwt. Restanrnnt, Family Grocery and tavern license--, with the privilege of seHiog Wanted 60 thoroughbred and good Bakery Busineis. liquors at KcMinney, was refuted. To grade bulls, from 0 to 23 months old. E Msl it all h urs, OY8TKH3 In atyl. this action Wells erceptc.1 end prayed apGI-- b r. ji asunford, JCy. ui a call. it it in, " T. Young, McKinney, -- lUt peal to a higher court, which was granted. In Montgomery county John T. WoodThe committee on the new Stanford aod ford sold to Thos. Weightnun 25 head of Preacheisville turn-pikrrorted it finish- fat 2 rear-olmules at an average price of ed according to contract, and it was accord- $117. ingly accepted The committee on public Butler, eggs, dressed ttir'eys and dried building reported that it had insun-- the apples will bring the highest market price coirt houe for $10,000 and the poor-hou- e if taken to T. R. Walton, corner Ma'n and E. H. BURNSIDE, " $2,600; each fur five years, at a premium of Snncreet streets. 3 percent, fjr the term The sheriff list The Cincinnati cattle market is active ThiB Old Well - Known '83-6- 18 of delirquenls in number, was at prices ranging from 2 for common to 6 Hotol Still Maintains investigated and allowed This is li.i by for best shippers. Hogs continue in de High 120 than the number allowed in '82, which mand at 4 to G 05. Sheep nre weak at 3 AND wai 7S8 It may be said for the sheriff that to 5 Lamb. tj loo. he has manifested diligence, to the benefit Proprietor it Determined that Iti Reception at Tunnel City. of county and State, in taking lists of tax it Shall be Second to no Country On New Year's eve, n most brilliant re Hotel in tho State in its Fare, able property, omitted by the assessor, lo Appointments, or AttenThe ception was given in honor of Mr. Edgar the aggregate amount of 190,000 tion to Comfort of C Sine, of Va,,now a student of Central court made an order asking the Legislatheir Quests. of Richmond, Ky., by Mr. A ture to pas an act enabling the court to University take Mock lo the amount of $2 000 in (he C. Sine, Supt. C.G.R AN. It. It, and nRKa-- ( will be conveyed to and from thedepot county. free nf charge. KpeeUl accommodations to turn-pik- e Stanford and PreaJier-v'.ll- e lo wife, at Tuned City, Lincoln to Commercial Traveler. The liar will he iu building u bridge acres? Dix river. The event wai one of the most rctherehe aid always supplied with th choice.! branda of lilqaors and Clears. affairs cf the season. Despite tho dark The controversy between the county contt and rainy night nearly all invited were asand the Farmers National Hank, f s to tax on the renl estu'o of the Bank, was settled sembled at an early hour and welcomed in thu: The Bink t to pay taxes on its real to n beautifully furnished parlor, with OK A by the kind and genial host eitate for the years 18S2 and '83. Should folding dooM, and hostess. At 10:30, r. t , supper was tbo Superior Court in tho eve of the Com Co. Here a complete surprise monwealth vs. the L. A N. It. It. now pend- announced, nwaited nil. A murmer of admiration ing, decide that proceeding are not barr-e- l And of Other Lnuds. by the statute of limitation, then the ran around as the elaborately loaded tabic bank is to pay takes on its real estate from met tht eye. It was literally loaded down Lincoln Circuit Ciurt. Urlnla C. Montgomery, Uiln ,Ac, ti. Helen I). Montgom ry, ac. with the choicest viands and luxuries of nonce or sale. the year 1878. Pursuant to a Judgment of tale herein at the spelife. In a word it was gotten up in magAiTEiia wcok's experience, our assislant nificent style and arranged to pleaie the cial January term, 16S4. the undersigned Commissioner will, at Hie residence of the late Dr. T.I). tells this o'er true tale: most fastidious epicure. It actually groan- Montgomery, In the suburbs of Slanlord, Ky., on The editor's sanctum is a taking phraso ed with all that the heart could wish for. TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 18S1 and CDiivejB to the average mind an awful Guests were present from Cincinnati, lbs-to- n Commencing at II o'clock x. m. precisely, tell for idea of grave seclusion, unapproachable and Richmond. Tho cccision was one the pur pooe of dlrltlon among IIid hclra of mid dignity, the sngest wisdom and tho most long to bo remembered by those present, MoutKomery, to the h'shcat bidder at public auction the following landt. autocratic potency. In tho larger offices, nnd the handsome manner in which everyA. lit. The home tract of 822 Hlue-)r- 3 It. and 23 Folci. ti Land, In a Thla la a superior where the principle of division of labor is one was welcomed and treated will ever mill ol the town of body ol titanford, and haa upon It a large and magnificent brick residence, ai well as in force and where each separate line cf !1 other necesary Improvements, have a fresh place In our hearts, E O. S. The place will duty is clearly (K fined and rigidly adhered Aral be oftVred In three narceli, at followi: lit. A psrcelof 201 A. 2 11, anil 5 I'., Including rcildence. Stout Higgins, the second party to 2d A parcel of 1J3 A. 2 It. and 12 1'. .Id. A parcel to, this idea is often realized. But in the shooting at Greendale OMCIA.3K. and 8 1. The place will then be less pretantiotis establishments, where our the Higgins-IIaineoffered In two parceli. the first or 299 A. and 24 V , coun.y papers, the real reading of the mas died Mondiy. embracing mansion house; the 2d of 22S A. 2 It. I'., the place will pes, are gotten up, the case is widely differTho storm on the Atlantic coast Tues-da- y an 39 ar.d anil finallyaccepted which be offered as a whole rralltea the that bid ent. We do not design to divulge the night, played havee on Coney Island. mint money. 2d. An undlTliled half of the Farm of 281 Acrea, of the craft, nor unmask tho hideous The damage is estimated at $1,000,000, near Crab Orchard, Ky. on which WMlliy Montspectres with which your smiling, happy The Kentucky Union Itiilway bought gomery, Kiq , now resides about 10(1 Acre, on Sd. Atractofknob land, looking editor is environed; hut a lussinc tons of steel rails on Wednesday ai d tholieatwateriof (Irrcn Hirer. In Lincoln county, adjoining hi. U. Itlchanl, V. Cain nnd others. Lex- glance at the inner life of the office may Till begin laying track next week. 4th, A lot In town or Mmlord, Ky,, adjotulog 51. C Sa Iter. T. W Jllllr and others. not be unworthy of consideration, and may ' ington Now. Terms For Farm near HUriford a credit ofjB, perhaps be productive of good. And, by Ila'rvey Harnett, n brakemHn on the 12 and 18 mouths. Koi the other lands, a crealt ofS ncd 12 months, In rqii.il Honds the way, the wrier elom not claim to ptak Kentucky Centtal freight, was Ii necked off required with good security, Installment!. Coni'r, payable to (ho caid, nor under sanction of editor! the train near Millersburgand horribly bearing G per cent. In m day of aala and having by effect of Judgments. IT. G. WKt.Vir. iVl-- li Master Couimlailocer L. 0. C al authority, but would simply exhibit the mutilated. He died, instantly. Han-anaju-tiI Smoke "Your Sweetheart" ale by T. It. Walton. IT) d o H SI H ' s D VI ItH. tj BaBBjg. 09 o K H 3 C C H H -- ft SQ 5 H 91 ft o in CO K 4-- r . nd-n- k st GO TO T, R. WALTON Coa-re- ni For Rent! Minco Moat, Prnnos, Citron, Currants, Cranberries, Malaga Grapes, Bananas, Oranges, Lomons, Figs, Nuts, Baisins, Cocoanuts, Bursk-whoFlour, Oat Moal, Cracked Wheat, Macaroni, Chooso, Crackers, Tea Cakes, Lemon Wafors, Dosicatcd and Concentrated Coco anut, Pickles, Jollios, Common, Fancy and French Candies nnd Canned Goods Generally, at ron Slued Corner Main A occupy Ilrlght'a Old Somerset Street I TO THE PUBLIC ff.l j. ry e d MYERS HOTEL. STANFORD. KY. and its Reputation, Propr fr TO I Til FARMERS AND OF LINCOLN Commissioner's Sale Splendid Lincoln am happy to inform you tbat through the kindness of manufacturers with whom I have been dealing, I will continue in tho Implement husiuess, and that in a short time I will haven nice assortment ot Farm Buggies, Carriages, Spring Wgous, Farm Wagons, A More Complete Assortment of Farming tli an Iliavo hnndled heretofore, Implements do-void s 1 ls J -- Which will bo selected from tho most popular and approved manufactures with a view to tho wants of this trade, endeavoring to discard all goods of merit and unsuiled to this market, which, with my knowledge of this business, I think I can do successfully. I shall exercise every possible effort to merit a liberal share of the trado of the Farming community, ntid unlike certain campetitors, I can not boast of tho fact "that I ask no favors ot any one," but on the other hand, I beg to assuro you that any favor the trado shall choose to bestow upon me will bo highly appreciated. Neither can I indulge in tho boast that "all my goods will bo bought for spot cash," but on the other hand, I must admit that all my goods will be furnished to me ou commission contracts, but nt the same time I can confidently assuro tho trade that with my knowledge of the business nnd acquaintance with tho manufac tures, my goods will bo secured on a basis to enable mo to compete successfully with tho strongest competitors, and as I can not bo to independent as my fortunate competitors, I shall expect to put up with smaller profit. I will occu py tho larno Ware Rooms now being completed on Main street, opposite tho St. Asaph Hotel, where I will be pleased to teo all my old customers juid Respectfully, many now ones. " i l .4 OOEO. X - 'i7W3EJ&.lE:LEMlSf? 3k t StM- Stanford, Ky journal January 11, Too True. Leap Year Proverbs. If it be a f.ict, aa ,00V. Knott contend?, that murders are not more frequent iti'Ken- tucky than elewherc how is the unsavory 1884 reputation of that State to be accounted for? Faint heart never helped fair lady. t . I 1 . t. r t. ,t Tho truth 1W-- U n'MKLIAM! & KAMSKV, " Last weeL there died in Columbia, 8. C, number of murders committed in KenWorahlp by lbs eongrrKalJon the sooth-inea- t. Of all the blessings ladies are is not exceptionally large, they are C1IKIHT1AN. day. machine by lir. J. W. Cox ! Mrs. Caroline Hampton Preston, a tucky Ward. on Second and Fourth 1Ont'a daya. Hitnday Bcbool and of more Artemus of a more tragic character at v:la. Joa. Berwance.HuperlnUndePt. eoeraule lady, who waa akin to a Inrger And am ready loscrTO funeral prouiutly with a CARTER'S In Ohio "I'm not exactly engaged," said Tilda evident malice aforethought. a nice, new llrarse. BOUTU.-U- T. I. H. HHmtar of distinguished lanriliea than any ens. PllKSUYTKitlAN, rkhool at 9.10. John W. murders are usually due to drink anl in Squeers, "bat I'm noing to was the youngest Uout, Buporlntrndent. Onion Prayer Meeting on Ordors by TolOKraph Promptly person of our time. 8he In the month of May apple trees go nine eves out of ten both the murderer Wedneeday nights. to. daughter of Gen. Wade Hampton, of the Love is evermore father of poo-trbjlong to the lowand tho murdered both Revolution, and the alater of Gen. Hemp- TraJoM.rV. MKKWI.V.S NPKCIFIC, Beecher. Kentucky it is the best B. est class. Ofer in tag of the war of 1812, the aunt of Col. Wade Love is never Irat. If not reciprocated who kill each other, and they do It h"lio (Irrut English Ilciucdy, the present Senator people Hampton, father of ofit will flow back and soften and purify the with a deliberation and for such alight B S ft a polllre euro for Weak Mraio-r- r. fro 6 JUth Carolina This lady had seen fenses that the conclusion is unavoidable, heart. Irving. Loia of Hraln t'ower. Nrrroua 1881. hxhanitlon, rWmlnat Wei'inw, fire Generations of the Hamptons, theeldest they are acting In tho belief that no higher Thirn U in ihe heart of womnn such a lnietcncy, and General tan of The name frecxe It. em always being named Wade. 1'uwrrnl Ihe (Irwistlto Urgana; exprereion of their manhood could ba giv- dep well of love that no ago can nil all tllua, Ihtt fulhv ill k Blclc Hradaebo and rcllcro all the tronblra InciWIo will end with the General, in the en. This feeling, if not generally shared Bulwer Lytton. DlferalaMng. qurnre M youthful Impriulrnco ot dent to a bilious tato of tho Ttttm, such aa his son, Wade died three lore, lore, lore! O, ILLTJSrRATED. Niiuktv, Drowsinrsa, DWraa aftrr ratlnir. tbnlC(aol uiaturttl iara, such direct line, for by tho better claw, certainly ia by the pubIn the rain In tho Bide, Ac. Whllo the!r moat remark' at VnlrrrMl Lasluds.ralnl'rerua-lur- e Lore lillkeadliitoeu, Mrs. ywLM ago. leaving no children. aLlo success hat been shown In curing ban, Dlinnnu of Ylilon, lic official'. Money that ought to Iks used It wlnne let a poor body a O.d Age. and mioy otter illu.Vnled ,'3k!,,,,DJ', th,nh"'1 of American whom I was speakinc, is the Qo abiut fall t)liln.-lIo- si. in building echooMiousea is proudly paid thatlntil to Inwnltr or Cog. Kentucky Preatons, Wickliffes, the Mimpllon In all eiieiof 1'emile the to love wisely, no doubt; but It is best out for defending with the militia Weakness the Hpscllle acU like IUawna, Gibjons, and Blaira, and the ram- worthless life of rome murderer. And if a to love foolishly is belter than not to love charm, rrtlorlnzloM or udlnz rigvery fir nradaehcrrt Carter'sLltUo LItct Tills are equally or, glrlns to the eye a brilliant Tilsm. ifications o' these famlllea are lmeS IS'.h"71 lA"?' ' iSilSSloSanJ valuabta In Constipation, r irlng and prevralliig andipirkllng brauly, to thcohrrl dozen innocent people are killed In tho op- at bomee. It w1 ?Si.V.0l,h9.,.,n,l., ofthe publisher to of hera stated the A relation this annoying complaint, wtuloihry alaocorrrcl the rosy Mooom ornrauu. reaching. am A""rln .'.".. ' AftsrTaklng. eration, honor redounds to the CommonA Thick in a Tunnel. An annnoying all disorder of tho stomach, stimulate tho llrrr OITilerwIn'a Specific It aold by all Drufglsla at i",r,Vc 'rVl.mVrr' QewnairlD that, ineludinR the Blairs, Prea-tamotUerdar tbe wrld. aud. In or ill pickagre for JJ, Also by 7k wealth. If Keutticky doesn't like her recently on and nvulato tho bowels. Ku-- U U117 only cured. II per Hampton), McDuffiea, and the other reputation, let her officials make it their h practical joke was played mall, porttge rii, ou receiptor price bcuuiui-nyinnare srVull ptrllcuUra In paaipblrt. which will U .'.""f flf's" ,h8C0"Jne, sTiupithy, uirn sup. I have named, there nre not less than 10, business to hang murderers instead of tiy-in- g a bism ut young msn awno n , anl millrxl fro to erery applicant. AddrrM all irtofllalarge army ofreadrra. journey. While a young lady on families, who to the !i tuanufirleri-r- , 000 people, offthoots Detroit, Mich to save them fcr further deeds of vio- going through a tunnel a friend knocked Af ho thry would be almost priceless to thos who H it tlKHU'l,il Kold In were her blcod relations, and that Mrs aaui-n-r lence; and lei her Congressmen, and attor offthe bashful young man's hat, forced hi 'minieuiirctngcompiaini; Dunoria-nstel- y lruggita btatifjrd by Penny A McAllitor and all r nrrrywhei. of her their goodiirosdor not end litre, and tbow Prwton had eeen fire generations, and Colonels innumerable, rtop going fingers through his hair, kissed the back of whonnco try them will rind thrao llttlepilla valo. HARPER'S PERIODICALS, I do not remem-a- n ney, bin In to many ways that thry will rot be willing nam people's children. around with horse pistols in their boots, own to do without them. uui alter ail lie ucau ,,En YEAIL other such inance wherein there are expecting to kill on sight, nny one who his own hand and then slapped his look11 arprr . a Mfaaln.. . .. M ; dares to say anything uncomplimentary face violently. Every one in the car many uiatinguiaueu wuiira .ISronllv BO arpcr a Weekl, , ed in that direction when the light came, Harper a lUtar connected as this. Gen. Gibson, United 4 M Cin Commercial. & Ilarpr-r'- Young about them. and the friend waa spptrently the most sur, M I'cople.... State Senator from Louisiana, is a member Is thelano cf so many live that here Is whrro we appearance Uarper'a Franklla Siuare Library, oneyea'r prised of all. The musseil-uVentriloquism is declared by an export maks our Croat bouU Our pills euro It whUo diis extraordinary line of kinsmen, as of Chicago (U Numbers) others douot. . confusion of the astonished victim conl000 Carter's Dttlo Llrcr mis are very small and axe the families of the late Frank P. and to ba very largely a humbug. There is no and Iostagerree to all subicrlbers In tbe United had tried to very v r to take. Una or two pills make a do. Admiral S. P. such possibility as throwing the voice to a vinced the spectators that he Hon. Montgomery Blair, Sutra or Canada. Thry are strictly vrKttabla and do not gripe or LINK UUNNINll THE .V,I kiss and had been slipped. The porge, but by thdr action plrasoallwho Tho Volume of Ihe begin with tbe first Lte and other of the eame name. It is distance. The old stories of Wyman the steul a PnJuce Cars I Sumberlor January ofWeeklyyea? When no time each young lady understood the situation and esothem. Invlilsatvacrou; fire forfJ. bold by dxucsltts wcrywbue, or tent by mall, through the relationship between the Maim Wizard, in which he figured as exploiting got off at CARTEH MEDICINE scrlber wlihea to commence with the Number AND BOUD TIIAINH such ability in the midst of a crowd, were blushed painfully. The friend CO., Xcvr York. ad Lee that the Prestons and other neat alter receipt of order. foland the Vir- necessarily fiction. What passeo for ven the same station, a akin to Robert E. Lee n.n.".,!..:J0fr. LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO we?kir,V.Y.-- . ...v... viuumi, win ?' "fir?, and the practical joket got whipped. lowed lent by -ginia Ltea. All of the names have beeu triloquism consists simply of mimicry and " ' ."a" I"1", r eipreM. Iren ol TAKE THE- i".Ku? r5r".,iluiihr.MfBS-i- " distinguished men who died in the politics of the country, and facial immobility. The performer must be Knoi-tlllAmong the a pwcr Hracut. Norica. langra Irom the per roluuie. Branch oft. A N- - It. It. arrlre In lulrllls liolh Ijiv f r each Vnlrini .ui.i.i. .. ,.,, Ihey have been about equally divided in some dlslanre away from his nudience, or during the year just closed were Gambctts, In time to tako tb. arming train of Ihe "Moooa M01 b' ilMWcl."h w"'',"l''d, o receipt of Whenever he wishes to of France; United States Senator Jewell, MISSISSIPPI R, W. Boutn" aud ko throuah lo aeatiments on the great question of tbe he is powerless. s (Jrccncasllp. Crnvrrordsvlllr', Lafujctte ItriBlltaneeshouldUmadaby lion-e- y they ha' e cast their lot make them believe that his voice sounds at of Connecticut; Gov. Alex. II Stephens, tiae. Wherever tlrder or Draft, 10 arol t chaice ol I... aud t'hlcAiro without charier. 0,'p ,n, edrertlseuieat made a mark that can never be a distance, he merely lowers it and indi- of Georgia; Prince Gortschakofl, of Russia; they have -- uhZW,FnT"oXU! OB TDK -- T1UKTAI1LK order of HarprrA cates the direction for their imagination to Montgomery Blair, Judge Jere Black, Washington Herald. AdJr- r- llAltPEIt a Illtori U llrotners. obliterated. New Yerk. MTA flONS. Dally. Daily. Uke. He csn deceive them sideways, up- Count Chambord and James B. Steedraan, The Tall Man at the Dining Table, l.re. Tilpm'lXim ward, downward or backward, but he never of Ohio.in politics; Gen. Chanty, of France; t 01 a ml 1 01 pm Arr. Ureor4tl. There is nothing more melancholy linn undertakes to produce tbe effect of a speak- Gen. E. C. Ord, U. S. A., In Hie armyi raov ' Crawfarditllle I OJ a tu 1 Ot p m on at a dinlng-tibl- e " Urayrtte SIJiui 4 12pm a Ull man standing er at their rear. To a listener close by. Gustave Djre, artis'; Clark Mills, .culptorj OHIO HI. " Chicago . .. ... llMim IMp tu CHESnPEnKE 2 aa occasion ol a solemn feaBt, like that no ventriloquist can be in the least decep- Richard Wsgner, composer; Ivan ceremony. rout, with only oae ibangv of The mot dlrrct cloaely following a marriage tive. Nor is there any truth in the theory to ran, to all iwlola In Wlreonaln, Mlunraota, Iowa Mayne Reid, novelists; Dr. J. 3T-rt'-S-ac?'r0CINCINNATI, the Eaut Nebraika, Ac For lurth.r lufurntitun IJrrM Euing is solemn; it is strioun, and the tall that he talks with the top of his gullet, or I1 A, MUUKAY Marion Sims, the surgeon, and Mario, the and the North, I'arlur Can to Cincinnati ISS- and I'a!csWpln,;(rt to Cincinnati Waihlng-toUuImIIU, Ky nan who stands and looks down at the with aught eNo than the organ t intended tenor. Baltimore, t'hlladelphlaand New York, withlable which strikes him just aboe the by nature to be vocal. By holding their out ehange. The highest velocity that has been imknew, envies his short neighbor, who eeems lips as fixed as poFsible and avoiding such Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. IOUI.SVlt.LK1a JL ST U1UI8 and t'V-.l- . for such parted to shot is given as 1.C2G feet per lir Lave been fashioned expressly words, aa can not be pronounced without Northwratand ruuthwvtt, with I'alsre Hrrplng The only Hoe running in 3 2 Cart on ul!it train, Loulirllle to8t. Loula. wark. The tall man reaches down and palpibly moving them, he assists the de second, being equal to a mile velocity of the earth at the The lakes up a piece of bread, and as he lifts it lusion. But no man is so skillful that re PULLMAN NEW 8LEEPIN0 CARS liOUISVICXE to its axis, is 1,000 to bis mouth he feels that the distance is can get on without a screening moustache. equator, due to rotation on ST. LOUIS. lD of lifting miles per hour, or a mile hi 3 0 seconds; erf fireat, and that the action preseut a fired due frora 1lt'IHVIU.K to A monster locomotive is now in process and thus, if a cannon bill were bread to Buch a height must JL JrU.JLIXS INDIANAPOLId.tlll.i velocmairi CAHO and Ihe North, with Day Coarhea and Uv raoat picture extremely ludicrous, not to say of construction at the Central Pacific shops west, and could maintain its initial THBORKAT ' bread and looks at Sacramento. The total length of the en- ity, it would beat the sun in its aparent dining Chair Cart tlirotih without change. distressing. He chews the LoUlMTlllc,ClllfltlUltlHU(ILtX LOOK AT THIS liiRtou, Hy aniurd awhile to note the effect he is hav- gine and tender is G5 feet aud 5 inches; journey around the earth. Th2:ttp m, KipreM (dally) from Loulirllle I the company. Then he takes a driving wheel base 19 feet and 7 inchesjfive has TaTar ing on Hell Rewarded. laia from Iju.tIU to New York without change, arrlrlug at Waiblogton J 25 piece Of pickle and another piece of bread, pairs of drivers! feel 0 inches in ditmeter, A liberal reward will bjpild to taj pirty who p. tu. nzt day . with a 33 inch stroke; total weight of en will produce a ol Llrtr, Kldnejr or Htomieh ual looks cround. Ccaneetlng In same depot with tut train, lor 'Have some more of the ham," says the gine, 73 tons; weight of drivers, 64 tons; complaint tbit EIscUlc Bitten will not spwdlly Hours Ahead of All Competitors. cure. Bring them along; It will coit yoa notainf m Emlgnntaaod via theO A M H'y fcowtess, and he piaae his plate. Tho weight of tender (liht), 50,GoO pounds; to- r,r the meJIdno If It falU to care, nd you will be biro Through Day Coacbro on alt tralna. liar work of cutting the meat is painful. He tal weight of engine and tender (light), 93 well rewarded lor your trouble Ixatdei. All Blood no uildnlgtt chmgra. Arrive at St. Louis 3 houn In advanced other Hoc, thereby The Direct Boute to Lynchburg, Dan-villhumps himself over like a buffalo, and tons and G50 pounds. There are two dlteuee, BIUouiomi, Jaundice, Comtlistlon and tlmn for making changed ran and securing inure grtllng first trucks under tbe tender, making a ,n.r.l jubllltT are nulcklr cured. 8atlfactIon choice of aeala In caraof oonnretlm l'ni a fool. The other guests are enfeels like Norfolk, guaranteed or money refunded. I'rleo only W Inadrancvof other llni to Indiana o'ls and joying themselve, and the short man has total of 20 wheels under the engine and ten- cents bottle. For tale by.lVnny A MoAIUIer Chlcigo and tbe only lloaglrlnt; Its (iirons a Pr Without Change and with Speed Unriraled ride along the nhnre of Ml hUn (old a story that amuses tbe ladies very der. The valve gearing, designed by A. J. All Virginia and North Carolina Kor tlcica, ralea, tlun, tui, At apply to I spoonful of mashed Stevens, is something entirely new, there KHich. He takes a Ticket Agenuotcnnui-ctlnHom or a I.Ira a Foint. SHORTEST AND QUICKEST RCUTE PBOFtSSlOSiL II.B. HrMIWN Southern Piu-- r . For lick eta and lurtber Information apply to potatoes and when he lift up a forkful, he being nothing like it in this country. It is raoii ujuisvata to ths 6, L Cor Fourth A Mln al , UjuIivIII. yoaraeamt ticket otSce, or addreae w- W B. SIIATTCC, lets the mass fall. In hit embarrassment said to be the largest engine in Ihe world S1.M M. BCBDKTT. "0"1 W. W I'KAHOnY. Urn'l Manager. Oen'l Taawuger Agt It is for uss on the Sierra Nevada moun iJ, "!.'?' W.CAHltOLI), keupiets a cup of coQee, which the ho tew nCTHDETT & BBOVYIT, Clnrlnnall, AJTertUlrgAgt Ticket atj W A , J D. HILL, I'tiwoar Agent. UUnea, Ky. 3J0 W HlBf.l.,Lou.,U.;r.yr tells him makes no difierence whatever, tains and it is expected will do more work Wllboot change to PI DP rtaihrllle, Uemcbls. UnilU bat which he knows does make a difierence. than two of tbe engines now ued, with less ISt-lJIT. VEUNON, KY. Little Hook, MeBlgomsry, Atlanta.Saraanah, (tin I Slaoagrr, Jacksoofllle, Mobile, and New Orlsaoa. Jaaa'r Act. He finishes the meal In such an unsatisfac- consumption of fuel. S me of tbe old railRichmond. Virginia! road men have doubts about tbe success f t. w. vaasroB . wallacb a. vaaaov. tory manner that he suffers from indigesBEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA T. W. & W.E. VABNON, such a giant and entertain the idea that tl e tion, during the entire evening. In Palace Cars Without Change. A-X.A.W. AIDNS A CO., of the weight of the engine will spread the track AvtmcAJf, con. BTANFORD, KY. tlnno to act ns Solicitors for I'atents, Coreuts. Trade Tuck" "Nip and SHORT LINE TO THE EAST and crush the metal into the ties. Office In Owiley A Son's new building up italn. Marks. Copriighti, for tbe United Ptatcn, Canada. Fro as Loulstllle la ra lace Cars without change. KniiUml. f rune. Uerrnanr. ota Hand Hook about I a curious compound ofechemes, pathos, I'atnnta snt free. Ttilrty-aererrara' oxpcrirnco. Ccltivatinq Orchabd GitASd A KenM. PBYTON. I'atents obUlnod throuahMUNN A CO arniUl brilliant wit and heartless villainny. Run-staSeeking homes on tbe -ATTOUNKY A'l' X1A.W, InlheSriivririo Amsiucan, tho largest, lMt,and receive special lln of (nil mid will ai riM BTANFOUD, KY. moit wtdvlr rlrculatc4 aclentlfle t4per. fiSIa year. through the pitce is a quaint vein of tucky correspondent of the Country Gentle low ratea. -- TUK MOST DE8IRABLK llOUTE T- Onrm n.oileln iha (Viurtior Lincoln and ad Wcoklr FplenSId cnKravlnira and Intervatlnx In. See Agents of llili Company for ratea. routes drollery which keeps tho audience in the man says that the best time to row this joining countlea and the buperlor Court and Court forntatlnn. Specimen copy of IhAHclrmtlflo Auirr-Icn- n As., or write nnt freti. Addrnea MUNN A CO.. HClENTiriO C. P. ATMORE, G. P. L T. A. of humor. "Nip and Tuck" are part- grass In his State, is in February and March ol Appeali. Btxclal attention given to collocllona. AuxuiCANOfflco,XlUroeda. Vcw York. " 112 Ky. Office over Hut National l).ink. too clever It is generrlly sown on wheat or oats, but ners in a detective firm, who are And decldMly the Popular llouto, aBbrdlng. u II dona, less changes and superior accommodatlina THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY by half, overreaching tach other timet out it is best t- tow it by itself. Have tho It ALEX. ANDEBBOH", Roprosontatiya Newapapsr of the Bonth of number. Deep calculations with most ground well prepared and harrow the seed Miiaouri. Iowa, Eaniai, Texaa, . THE WEEKLY DANVILLE, KY., ingenious disguise ol voice and dress and in lightly. If sown with wheat it is bet lo The North, Northwratand West. In fact. If yen Will practice In the Court, of Boyle and adjoining stock in harrow after sowing. S iw about two busl contemplate a trip in any direction, your Internet marvelous astu'eness are their lavE, rnocmasivE, popular. counties and In the Court of Appeali. will be beataorrfd by purchasing rnur iik.i. .i. " . trade which the use to good alvaotago els of seed to the acre; cut ai you would Tho Cheapest and Best Family Newspaper la k'- VKl!Kt".B??-?-- ; B. FISH. wheat, tie in bundles and shock. It does J. tho South, Toey are the mainsprings round which T1"'1"' AN OUOAN OK Kecllnlng Chair Car. form the GnViualM At JL.n.v. Court not need caps on the shocks. We cut in And Master Commlaalonertlockcaitle Circuit ONLY $TjpqA YEAR. ciulpmenta of this Uld llellable, thereby making the balance of the cat work, and the en MT. VKKNON, KY. a(trlp orcr this line one ol luxurious comfort and tangled afford great amtifement. Erery-on- e June when the reed is rins and thresh All the Kews Agricnltural Derurtrainl-ChlMre- n'l Will practice In the Kockcutl Courts. CollecI3SJ when we thresh wheat. All out separa- tions a specialty. Office ia Court-bouTIME TABLE. IN EFFECT NO VEUHEIt 18. 18M who enjoys apiece in which tbe tors clean off hard grass, having riddles, Time herein la 20 uilnutte slower than time INTERESTING, INSTRUCTIVE, USEFUL, of sensation is presented in tbe HUFFMAN, LEE P. heretofore glrcu. To Old and Young alike. Subscribe for It. most refined manner and richly colored etc , especially for the purpose and alsi a HTJIlOidON HTANFOBD. KY. A ENKMr Or South. No. 2. aide Main Street, two doon abov Ko. 4. humor bubbles up constantly, should pes thresher who understands his business. We Offlce-Bo- uth No. 18, the Myers Uotel. raise a great deal of orchard graw in this on re"Nip and Tuck" at the Opcra-Hoi.s- e MONOPOLIES, 0LIGARCHISM Lie. CoTlngton...., 7 ii am 2 j p m.-.- ., Pure Nitrous Oxide Ou administered when Falmouth...., part of Kentucky. It pays the farmer bet-te- r quired. 15 a m tiaturdoy night Jan. 10. !? p Cynthlana ... 19 !'i t til i 18 p " ... AKro than corn or wheat. After being set it Arr. I'arle 10 63 a ro 0 00 li ujl DU. W. B.I l'BMNy, No Floweus in GnEENLAND. The will Lre. l'arl THE SPIRIT OP SUBSIDY .. II 00 a mi 6 00 p lat many years On good land the d IJontlHt. Ibeorr that the interior of Greenland Arr. Lexington.. 11 S P ml 6 to p m in seed pays better than wheat, besides a crop As tmbodle.1 lo STANFORD,- KENTUCKY, Lro. 1'arla scenery which would justify the 6 00 p m........... of excellent hay and good pasture for half Office over Kobt. 8. Ly tie's store. Office Uxt Mllleraburg. I 20 p u , singular name of the country has at last the year. It should not be grazed r'.rit.i.. from 8 to 13 A. if, and ltefip. M. Anesthetics ad C 19 p v......v ir' in Feb- ministered when neceuarr. IISMyr.J Arr. ilaysTlIle. 8 10 p mt becti exploded by Baron Nordenskjold's ruary when a crop of seed is wanted. afWiiBaaaaaBaaw iaj faaS Lie. l'arl THE exploration, of which a report has appear Winchester ... ?apw The London Lumber Trade Journal elates lUcbraond ed. He found none of the grass, or trees, PRICE'SMpm 8 50pmll2 2J pm C0DRIER-J0URNA- L WEEKLY Lancaster ...... ? i 00 p u J' P ,n or flowers for which ho looked rfothing that n new method of tree felling by dynaArr. Stanford June Uaa no superior at a great family and political but tee in every direction, and no variety mite bat been successfully introduced, A North, paper In the newspjpor world. Its circulation la No. 1. No.3. No. if. ia (be landscape except what was caused cartridge of the explosive substance Is l.re. Stanford June 10 40 a to 12 Mpm SUM TIJtKH T.MIOIUI Lancaster ... 11 01 a m I Mpm by crevasses. The rearon why there is no placed in a channel bored directly under Than any political newspaper In the South, and Is I lflchmond.., to a m 12 23 proi 5 Diiu excelled V but few In the United Stales. It con open fertile country to he found is, he says, the tree lobe operated upin, and when exWinchester 7 00 a m wpec tne most compnte summary or INTERIOR JOURNAL !' tains eacii THE Arr. 1'irls 7 M a m 2 M p in I tne news ui tne worm, ana us o.t:torii columns that there is a steady rise frcm the cost ploded the tree is simply forced up bodily (Henry Watterson, are al rays Lre. Naysiille., 2 40 a ml2 80 ptnl .., H CarlWe FOB 83.80. sute, strong aua nrigni. Among iuo 7 10am lf8 pm ti a high table land in the middle, and no and falls intact on its side. If this system M , ESrEClAI, FEATUUE3 range of mountains with a works as well as it is represented to do, and 2 to pm protecting cast TJOam 2 so a ru AreTelrgraphicfipccials from all the leading point: Arr. I'arle.. pm "Wllhout scrip or purse, or, Tbe Mountain medial depression such as he looked for tho tree is not fractured by the force of the Kvangellst, OeoigeO. llarnea. Tho History of a In tho United Utaieaand Europe. Serial and Hhort tiTe, Lexington... 7 W a ui 2 00 p m. The Kerr Waterbnry Watch, Ptem Winding. Sickle rJtorlra, Talmrge'a Sermons tbe day alter dcllrrry Mfc, I be Record of Its Bl lent Thoughts " Par's Consecrated 7 5 a in 2 60 p ml In eliorl, the grassy, flowery Greenland is explosion, a large proportion of valuable and a Hook ol Its f ubllc Utterances." Octaro; Caae, handanrne, durabls and wirnnted to In Ilrooklyn Talernaclo, Market Iteporls, Fash-In- n " I'arle. 7 Ma m 2 3D p m certainly as fabulous aa "Ihe open Polar wood at tho base of the trunk can be util- bound In berelled boanlsand lintel ciotn witn time. UETA!LI'IIJOKTltKUOiaDOVEH,ii.iO. Letters, Turf and Stock lie pons, Answer to Cynthlana..,, 8 30 a ui 3 28 p in THE COMMERCIAL C31 pigwj sletl engrirlng of FOR ONE YEAR AND THIS Corrrapondenta' Department, 1'oetry and Departsea." where the water is kept reasonably ized, which is now lost. For clearing for- gilt motto on cover; U 31a m 4 81 p ro WATCH FOR ONLY $3.60, THE TWO ment for Children. No Home In tbe Country Arr, almouth ueorgu O. Harms: phoiogrniuro of ilarle, map of Corlngton 11 14 a m 0 10 p m In Ihe frontand 3 should be without It. FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. warm for the accommodation of explorers est properties to convert into arable land, "tbe Vauhbed City," 7 MM, aliullei or exact reIn the back y lcarea 0 fjc Tha Waterbury Watch Compsny his a h'ltlonal SVnsVIUVTZOS TEU3IS: nt who make their way though the hundreds this method appears admirably adapted, as productions In alt and color ol Ink of the Inscrip for making tho beet cheat VVateli In Ilia World, 10 'I' fliaraiinan in year: Weeklr. S?' 2! iiT, If.rJ 8.05 P. ui. Arr. Mayarllle 8 ... p ra Dally. 812 a Sunday. $2 a v li sent tion made by tho i;rani;eiiu ai Ue .'f miles of surrounding ice, probably is, it brings up the roots of (he trees at one tain lllble, Illustrating In a nimaeti iu nis uoun pot onedays andfrom tho Factory wllhoctItharlns been run tlngly copy onoTar: 11.60: Flee a of yrar. copies, one year, No. 28 1.t. MayailiiS 12 80 p pact form his for ix carefully regulated. runs 27 hours Ar'r. T SM n m winding ind tiou. After a club ol fire lioa been aent us tbe operation and dlipen.ies with the tedious Kaltb Tlite book la complete history of tb. with one tha Farmer's will hut for yean. .Chicago Tribune. 8 Imo. fh 7 00 Ar' This Is Watch, tbe Winer's Watfh.the club raiser can, throughout the jrwr, add alugla No. a 'l' m 'Im tirlritfl dlirlei 200 pages rereal tbe roan talmoutb 3 63 a m, Arr. Cor Ijiborcr'a Witch, the Itor'a Watch, tht ttchool.dirPe and aubicr Iptlon at our lowest dub rate SI. 10 for No.. Sand 4 dally bnwwn Illehmond, fixlngton A. writer of mathematical bent finds and coatly proces3 of grubbing up the roots Inmost nature of tUi Erangellit book.are made pub- fact, ererrbodia Watcb. yearly subscriptions. Yearly nubacrlpllons Tbe altb He for the first time in this and Corlngton; all others dally except SundHy. of the felled timber. regUtrrjd letter or money can berecelTedat thli rate. Our terms tor only from the census returns that .there are Hesllnjcbspter-- GI pges glres the history, the criW, the Watch leu be forwirded lv mall or argument and all the llibllc.il passives bearlngon with charges prepaid, and the COlfllKUCIAI, einrii Iban a year are II for eight mouths; 79 cents be will North Caiolina's new code of law fixes It Iu full. It Is a book that should be In erery muled regularly for ono year, postage free. about 17,000 dentists in tho United States, for six months; 60 cents for Ihrco months. Spooinl to Is aent A Mtapla copy of Weekly Ccurter-Jmrnhome, who,, he estimates pack into the teeth of the fee for a marriage license at $3. In Kentuckyconrert and should certainly be owned ANOTHER OFFER. freo of charge lor examination ou application. of Ueorge Barnes. The book can ti!'riJ;cJt,",Jirte,ani1 'nfermallon pertaining to by erery of the American people a ton of pure gold very many cases there nro two souls with be obtained nowbeto elsi for lest than 81.50. Uy r,lSrpmIVV,t, l77? "arlbera to tho WEEKLY Liberal rash commlsilon allowed canraisera, and de.. call on or address baring I2.W, the getter up of the Club outfit aent Ibem free of charge. Address W. H. Mcl'.OBEKTS, AfiKKT, annually. Continuing his speculations, he but a tingle thought, whose hearts will special arrangement with the author, who ... - h.. rhairtsaei nrAi.aiLI W. N. HAMrKMAN. remored to New York, lias lirgely withdrawn all irlll Lrt?rnted. Altcost ai.M any Watches, which will when aud eury where. al Tresldent Co., Loulstllle, Ky, century all have to beat as two for a year or two long agenda, rbe book (JJ.60) and the predicts. that in the twenty-firs- t O.W.BENDEIt. er, buch an excessive a tariff amounts tn Imtkrior Joubnal (12) are offered together for Bind for sample coj.lca aud go to work, Adirttss Superintendent. country will be buried in nt.,..l I Oen'l vJZiTtWl. .. Hie gold in the -" i..i!... -- inn z ... m: B..'vra..i THE COMMERCIAL, viiiubi ,ri,ipn,inn nif.t . man vi, na (',.. tbarrIcoofllieMl.ire or UJrncs".. atone, me ,'two Domooratio and for a Tariff for Eevonae .msm sr. "'" ' r (A1. Address GEO. U. MeKINNE.Trarl'.,... A the graveyard. olina Lowell citizen. Vrttflu. Iwiebior Joubnal, Stanford, Ky. LOUISVILLE, KY. onl7. Stanford, Kj. TAe Pretton Family. probably is that while the She would if she could and abo can. By mutual agreement the arm of Ferris A Ramsey, doing general butcher business, lii iIIswIt-r-- l, The woman who hesltatis is a goose. Mr. Karri hiring aold hit Interest to Heulien lie bold! be boldl But not too bold. Wlllfoms. Tlit new llrru will l Williams A Ham- y comes to Mahomet Mr and will continue business at tho eaiue eland, the mountain where wo hope torecelroaconllntiincool tho genSweden-borg- t erous patronag glten to tho old Arm. Love is the life of a man. To-da- New Firm. ulght except tho thlrJ. Prayer Meeting fl'rrv Sunday (School at 90 a. u. Thuralay nlehl. Iter. II. C. Morrison, Superintendent. FurnItur3E. ITiulcrlnkcrN9 oo1h I bare the lullrat and bat lino of Furniture ot lwfr,L,u" er'c fclklI In lianford, aa a !.Vrif throagh my store will prore. Sly price are OArTIST. Uv. J. M. lUuca. Tutor. Herrloea a be booth! In IheelUra, ,lmll"8 x3 on Second sod Fourth Bundajs. morning and- I .? alMrapabU el night. Prayer Meeting ovary Wednesday after- -irUr deneastratlea. 1 also noon. Sunday School it ;! a. m. H. K. narrow iti vu qiqu 1 juu una or Superintendent. ' jH9, be."-Dick- At-tond- od y. K. WEAKEN. CURE Harper's Weekly. s, PrM-Cu8.- of rela-ItoB- of all.-Thac- kcry. SCK n :U -- e, g a HEAD ACHE o l, 200-ly- t.:i:. "MONOK JROUTE." Railway. Louisville, New Albany a p Pullman rougb-nnd-tumbl- e e 01 i " I'mt-nffle- East, West and North JLaOULlsixrllle jrLXIlS Iululll,.., . Tour-guenieffa- M KKl-LtiU- d " n, Kentucky's Koutc East IO Hours A SOLID TRAIN WASHINGTON CITY, Through Trunk Line 4mmmw Homr-Seek- side-whee- a, SOUTH & WEST ATTlRNEYH PATENTS BfTK-mn- c n eTwcraLfiii CIJTCOiVATIl ."... g bt - ArronNEY a.t IjA.v, Attorney COMMEBOIAL. Courier - Journal 2frl '. ele-ice- st Live Issues. Living Ideas DJiNTIST, :m:o:r,.a.Ij foecbs. D- THE - con-laiac- -1- Tliat Thieving Tariff . -- 7"pSizrr:: Life of Geo. 0. Barnes WW&WW Editor-in-Chi- illllo-sliur- ONLY 33.50. 11 repn-tatJ- 1 i " al Rates Eiuigrants. LHJ Ukmi-Wskk- Courier-Journ- """ aSS''